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28 October 2019 - NW860

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Police

What (a) total number of {i) detectives and (ii) support personnel are currently employed In the Graaff-Relnet Cluster Detective Services, (b)(i) detective and (ii) support personnel positions are funded in the latest organogram, (c) plans have been put In place to flll the vacant posts and (d) are the dates by which the vacant posts will be filled in each case?

Reply:

(a}(i} A total number of 49 detectives are currently employed in the Graaff·Reinet Cluster, Detective Service.

(a)(ii) A total number of six support personnel are currently employed In the GraaffReinet Cluster, Detective Service.

(b)(i) A total number of 64 detective posts are funded in the latest organogram.
(b }(ii) A total number of six support personnel posts are funded In the latest organogram.

(c) The 15 vacancies all exist at the level of constable, entry-level five, which will be filled during the 2019/2020 intake, subject to the national allocation of trainees.

( d) It Is envisaged that the vacant posts will be filled, In the 2019/2020 financial year.


Reply to question 860 recommended

GENERAL NATIOAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
KJ SITOLE (SOEG)
Date
: 2019/08/20
 

Reply to question 860 approved/not approved

GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date
: 28/09/2019
 

28 October 2019 - NW686

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Ismail, Ms H to ask the Minister of Tourism

(a) How does the Tourism Indaba perform in comparison to other Indabas both locally and internationally, (b) what were the costs of the Tourism Indaba in the past three financial years, (c) how are the returns to the tourism sector calculated and (d) what were the returns derived from the Tourism Indaba for the past three financial years?

Reply:

a) How does the Tourism Indaba perform in comparison to other Indabas both locally and internationally?

The tourism trade show landscape is categorised as either a business or leisure trade show. Within the arena, there are International, regional /continental and national shows. Indaba is uniquely positioned as the premium leisure tourism show on the African continent, which is purely inbound, with the exception of some African products. While the exhibitor mix for each show is specific to the scale and individual show positioning, the buyer and media pool remains finite globally, as these are trade specific. Indaba as a platform is a mandate-driven entity, and is not commercially driven.

Other international tourism trade shows are far larger in size, rendering a skewed direct comparison as these shows showcase a full spectrum of global products across numerous countries. They feature both inbound and outbound whereas Indaba centres only on inbound. In drawing a comparison to similar shows, the following insights have been gathered against potential direct competitors, given that even these shows operate differently.

Hereto, Indaba has long-standing equity being a home-grown show that is inbound-focussed, and geared purely towards the growth of the exhibitors and is the only continental leisure show that is not commercially driven.

Due to its scale it still largely remains the biggest tourism trade show on the continent, compared to WTM Africa, We Are Africa (WAA) and Magical Kenya (MKTE). The scale is attributed to the number of exhibitors, buyers and media in attendance. Indaba has also demonstrated a strong imperative of transformation with an annual increase in SMME product participation. Floor-space rates are considerably cheaper than MKTE and WAA. WTM Africa rates are not published.

The primary success factors of Indaba remain the continued and loyal exhibitor base, the quality of buyers (hosted and non-hosted) based on the stringent qualification and selection process, and the number of meetings that are facilitated by means of a sophisticated online diary and matchmaking system.

b) What were the costs of the Tourism Indaba in the past three financial years?

High-Level Income and Expenditure

   

 

2017

2018

2019

Income

R41 327 796.00

R37 137 525.91

R 40 345 665,70

Expenditure*

R102 880 417.04

R47 989 450.14

R51 000 357.38

Surplus/Deficit

-R61 552 621.04

-R10 851 924.23

-R10 654 691.68

  • Includes Pre & Post Show Tours that leverage the Indaba platform to market destination to hosted buyers and media
  • Expenditure includes Exhibition Management, Events, Activation, Branding, Pre/Post Show Tours & Hosted Buyer, Hosted Media, Staff and Supplier Travel to Durban (return)
  • Costs for Pre & Post Show Tours are held by independent country budgets

**2019 Revenue currently unavailable as audit is underway; due end October 2019

The objective of Africa’s Travel Indaba in line with SA Tourism’s mandate is to create a platform for South African Tourism and the industry/exhibitors to meet and formulate sound business opportunities with local and international buyers. Therefore, Africa’s Travel Indaba is not aimed to be a revenue driven tradeshow, the business model is to offset the production costs with the revenue collected from exhibitors, to minimise the costs for South African Tourism. By doing so SAT support SMME’s ( Hidden Gems)

c) How are the returns to the tourism sector calculated?

CALCULATION: RETURN ON INVESTMENT(ROI) NOTIONAL (Quantitative)

Using overall averages of reported investment and transactions to calculate ROI for exhibitors. Calculation is derived from Average financial gain vs average financial investment of exhibitors.

d) What were the returns derived from the Tourism Indaba for the past three financial years?

The returns to the tourism sector / participants to the show are quantified, in respect of the meetings that are conducted at the platform, 2018 was the first time that the study was undertaken, and a similar methodology for 2019 which is currently underway, is being applied.

For 2018, and in respect of the above-stated ROI Calculation, please find ROI for Indaba 2018, detailing average financial gain vs average financial investment of exhibitors:

28 October 2019 - NW1022

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister in The Presidency

(1) (a) What was BrandSA's annual budget in each country in the past three financial years, (b) what budget was spent in each year and ( c) how is budget expenditure monitored: (2) (a) what activities have been hosted in each month in each county by Brand SA in the past three financial years, (b)(i) how are activities decided upon and (ii) by whom, (c) what were the objectives for each activity in each case, (d) what objectives were (i) met and (ii) not met in each case and (e) what amount was spent for each activity in each case? NW2176E

Reply:

1) (a) As per the published respective Annual Reports already tabled in Parliament, the Annual Budget in each financial year were:

Financial Years

UK

USA

CHINA

2018-2019

R 5, 625,164

R 5, 835,028

R 5, 572,199

2017-2018

R 3, 995,456

R 6, 290,479

R 4, 618,137

2016- 2017

R 10 355,000

R 8, 318,400

R 9, 561,702

Find here: {b) Budget spent on each year is as follows:

28 October 2019 - NW1062

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1) Whether there are any Government departments that have outstanding rental payments for accommodation provided by her department; if so, (a) what is the total outstanding amount of rent owed by each department and (b) for what period has the rent been outstanding; (2) What measures has she and/or her department put in place to collect the outstanding debt from the specified departments that are in arrears; (3) What steps will she and/or her department take if the specified departments do not adhere to the specified measures; (4) Whether she will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

  1. Yes, in the course of its operations, and given its operating model as approved by National Treasury of incurring expenditure and claiming it from client departments, there are government departments that have outstanding rental payments for accommodation provided by the Department. See attached Annexure A herewith which provides details with regard to (a) detailed information on total outstanding per government department and (b) the period the rental has been outstanding.

2. The DPWI has intensified its debt recovery management through the following actions:

  • Meetings with government departments are ongoing to resolve all outstanding balances;
  • Letters of demand are issued to defaulting departments on a monthly basis;
  • Letters were issued by the Minister to the Ministers whose departments have outstanding balances;
  • The Billing Agreement has been developed to address billing in advance, recovery within 30 days and dispute resolution.

3. The following are the steps that the department takes if the specified departments do not adhere to the specified measures:

  • Interest is charged on all outstanding debts;
  • National Treasury intervention is requested.
  • The Department will request National Treasury to withhold allocation of funds for those defaulting departments after all recovery efforts have been exhausted;

4. I want to appeal to all government departments and entities to pay timeously, because it’s causing cash flow problems for DPWI. If we want communities to pay their bills then government must lead by example.

ANNEXURE A:

Private Leases

Name of debtor

Current

30days

60days

90days

<1year

1 to 3 years

3 to 5 years

> 5 Years

TOTAL

National Treasury

5 203 307,35

5 042 053,79

1 768 296,61

1 768 296,61

16 894 133,40

18 251 417,73

39 844 083,59

38 279 043,78

127 050 632,86

Ind Police Investigative Directorat

3 740 051,08

2 805 726,16

2 112 079,17

2 285 152,44

14 987 638,85

19 949 276,58

23 091 492,95

49 910 121,39

118 881 538,62

Defence

46 991 158,92

33 248 522,14

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

80 239 681,06

Statistics SA

7 029 898,00

2 626 947,27

365 112,49

359 252,91

2 155 274,03

0,00

41 934 260,49

24 213 290,98

78 684 036,17

South African Police Services

64 354 663,18

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

64 354 663,18

Transport

6 952 865,51

7 675 243,60

6 605 394,64

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

41 750 203,32

62 983 707,07

Human Settlements

4 109 416,47

1 972 498,24

0,00

0,00

0,00

4 379 303,17

4 217 578,72

37 274 985,38

51 953 781,98

Home Affairs

26 519 446,84

5 008 475,87

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

31 527 922,71

International Relations & Coop

8 305 842,25

6 836 622,41

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

14 034 644,94

29 177 109,60

Environmental Affairs

4 474 820,84

541 132,80

0,00

16 461,45

658 563,52

1 285 916,02

0,00

19 172 898,25

26 149 792,88

Energy

3 599 606,47

3 481 992,57

3 637 362,97

3 330 281,94

4 134 147,51

5 410 049,50

251 483,65

2 017 576,39

25 862 501,00

Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

9 359 813,31

250 419,09

0,00

0,00

292 990,65

0,00

0,00

12 396 886,89

22 300 109,94

Sport And Recreation

1 106 825,20

937 678,97

883 940,46

0,00

572 689,18

2 179 371,32

3 104 207,56

11 161 640,62

19 946 353,31

Rural Development and Land Reform

14 283 688,41

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

14 283 688,41

Planning,Monitoring and Evaluation

1 371 108,35

1 269 533,80

1 353 704,78

1 287 070,40

7 161 782,72

0,00

209 835,36

0,00

12 653 035,41

Correctional Services

10 427 656,50

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

10 427 656,50

Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC)

160 246,44

382 471,00

191 056,31

191 056,31

844 669,97

114 263,25

1 000 050,88

5 677 623,04

8 561 437,20

Justice & Constitutional Developmen

8 097 328,28

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

8 097 328,28

SA Social Security Agency - JHB

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

314 111,05

0,00

1 659 758,97

5 878 906,36

7 852 776,38

Science & Technology

0,00

0,00

0,00

53 637,04

1 004 294,78

4 180 531,36

0,00

1 438 934,00

6 677 397,18

Public Service And Administration

677 294,47

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

5 655 521,05

6 332 815,52

Arts and Culture

2 646 261,67

37 317,68

9 585,49

0,00

0,00

3 466 602,98

0,00

0,00

6 159 767,82

National Prosecuting Authority SA

1 184 918,26

106 762,20

0,00

0,00

85 947,62

254 643,83

0,00

3 825 738,37

5 458 010,28

Tourism

3 468 336,98

0,00

14 501,32

0,00

1 115 936,29

0,00

0,00

0,00

4 598 774,59

Office Of The Public Service Commis

1 400 909,87

1 575 587,39

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

1 512 873,34

0,00

4 489 370,60

Women

1 108 147,21

0,00

0,00

78 380,85

0,00

97 871,92

0,00

2 960 893,05

4 245 293,03

Public Enterprises

1 010 589,13

57 295,08

0,00

0,00

2 046 956,50

0,00

75 849,02

113 100,56

3 303 790,29

Cooperative Governance

3 078 564,97

171 661,28

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

3 250 226,25

Telecommunications and Postal Services

2 214 421,85

233 518,30

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

2 447 940,15

Office of the Public Protector

1 750 167,46

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

5 335,51

0,00

0,00

1 755 502,97

Film and Publication Board

1 719 969,52

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

180,66

0,00

0,00

1 720 150,18

Higher Education and Training

1 578 539,70

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

1 578 539,70

Public Works

1 529 035,66

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

1 529 035,66

Parliament

41 642,19

30 023,11

30 023,11

28 392,44

85 584,48

39 776,19

38 960,07

1 183 896,24

1 478 297,83

GCIS

513 071,87

0,00

22 995,26

0,00

33 214,01

22 565,27

0,00

670 456,54

1 262 302,95

Mineral Resources

1 227 773,17

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

1 227 773,17

Sa Social Security Agency

1 202 331,48

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

1 202 331,48

Military Veterans

935 583,12

7 441,90

21 735,86

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

148 727,70

1 113 488,58

NPA

1 105 740,11

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

1 105 740,11

Small Business Development Entity

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

1 066 669,72

1 066 669,72

Sa Social Security Agency - KIM

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

53 032,50

0,00

0,00

936 404,72

989 437,22

National School of Government

740 084,42

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

740 084,42

Sa Social Security Agency - DBN

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

25 511,05

0,00

0,00

612 265,51

637 776,56

Sa Social Security Agency - PLK

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

12 248,45

0,00

71 777,90

222 184,63

306 210,98

Government Pension Admin Agency

108 488,77

0,00

0,00

0,00

126 303,88

1 283,50

0,00

0,00

236 076,15

Arts and Culture (National Library2)

69 882,48

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

69 882,48

Companies & Intellectual Property

68 842,08

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

280,03

0,00

69 122,11

Sa Social Security Agency - NSP

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

21 161,99

29 119,97

50 281,96

Arts & Culture ( Historium)

30 682,58

3 335,31

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

34 017,89

Centre fo Public Service Innovation

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

20 024,27

0,00

0,00

20 024,27

Health

18 066,96

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

513,00

0,00

18 579,96

Arts and Culture (Iziko Museum)

11 001,32

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

11 001,32

Arts and Culture (Robben Island Museum)

8 266,77

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

8 266,77

Arts & Culture ( Robben Island)

1 359,54

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

1 359,54

Totals

255 537 717,01

74 302 271,96

17 015 801,47

9 397 996,39

52 605 048,95

59 658 413,06

117 034 167,52

280 631 733,40

866 183 092,26

State-Owned Accommodation

State-Owned Accommodation

Ageing

Name of debtor

Current

30days

60days

90days

<1year

1 to 3 years

3 to 5 years

> 5 Years

Total

Correctional Services

8 202 218,34

13 624 543,72

 

155 889 000,00

155 889 000,00

205 708 723,40

 

 

539 313 485,46

Health

350 041,84

708 726,68

 

 

 

21 446 544,80

 

 

22 505 313,32

Health Civitas

227 370,38

654 826,68

 

 

 

 

 

 

882 197,06

International Relations & Coop

122 479,02

247 982,20

 

 

 

306 953,59

 

7 258 015,80

7 935 430,61

Justice & Constitutional Development

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

596,84

596,84

Public Service And Administration

174 278,41

 

 

20 913 409,44

 

4 219 927,04

 

 

25 307 614,89

Rural Development and Land Reform

 

 

 

 

 

27,87

 

659,00

686,87

Statistics SA

 

615,00

 

 

 

18 761,25

 

 

19 376,25

Trade And Industry

1 733,40

3 509,60

 

 

 

79 084,20

27 980,00

 

112 307,20

Totals

9 078 121,39

15 240 203,88

0,00

176 802 409,44

155 889 000,00

231 780 022,15

27 980,00

7 259 271,64

596 077 008,50

28 October 2019 - NW1080

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Madlingozi, Mr BS to ask the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture

Whether the Government and state-owned entities pay royalties each time the national anthem is (a) sung at inter alia official state events and sporting events, including international sporting events, and/or (b) printed in documents; if so, (i) who (aa) do the rights of the South African national anthem belong to and (bb) receives the royalties and (ii) what total amount has the State paid out to royalties since 1 January 2009?

Reply:

The government and state-owned entities do not pay royalties each time the national anthem – (a) sung at inter alia official state events and sporting events, including international sporting events, and/or (b) Is printed in documents;

(i)(aa). The rights of the South African anthem belongs to the State;

(bb). No one receives nor collects royalties;

(ii). No amount was paid.

28 October 2019 - NW1061

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

1) Whether the State assets register of her department is up to date; if not, why not; if so, will she furnish Mr P van Staden with a copy of the specified register; (2) Whether she will make a statement on the matter

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

The Department has informed me that the Immovable Asset Register of the Department of Public Works & Infrastructure (DPWI) is updated on a continuous basis in line with the relevant prescripts and guidelines. Mr P van Staden can contact my office to set a date convenient for him to get access to the register.

28 October 2019 - NW1063

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Van Staden, Mr PA to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(1) What (a) is the total number of buildings owned by the State, (b) number of the specified buildings are unoccupied and (c) are the reasons for non occupation; (2) What were the total amounts paid for property rates of (a) occupied and (b) unoccupied buildings in the (i) 2018-19 and (ii) 2019-20 financial years; (3) What is the (a) total number of State buildings that have a maintenance backlog and (b) estimated cost of the maintenance backlog; (4) How long will it take to eradicate the backlog on maintenance; (5) Whether she will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

  1. (a) The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) has 81 575 buildings under its custodianship.

(b) 703 of the specified buildings are unoccupied.

(c) In anticipation of future and urgent user requirements, the state cannot allow all its property to be occupied. In addition, state-owned properties under the custodianship of the Department may be earmarked for allocation to other departments or spheres of government for restitution and land reform, human settlements. In cases where there is no immediate need for the properties the department avails identified properties to the public for letting.

2. (a) and (b)

The total amount paid for property rates on occupied and unoccupied buildings –1 April 2018 – 31 March 2019.

Year

Occupied

Unoccupied

2018 - 19

R1 089 178 346

R36 597 824

The total amount paid for property rates on occupied and unoccupied buildings from 1 April 2019 – 30 September 2019

Year

Occupied

Unoccupied

2019 - 20

R157 171 773

R139 783

3)

a) The entire population of 81 575 buildings under the custodianship of DPWI have maintenance backlog to varying degrees.

b) The maintenance backlog is estimated at R74 billion and the actual cost could be confirmed once a full conditions assessment of each building is conducted.

4) Due to budget constraints and limited budget allocated for maintenance of national government buildings, various funding partnerships and focused plans would be required to eradicate the backlog on maintenance.

5) DPWI is considering public-private partnerships to assist the department with repair and maintenance.

28 October 2019 - NW1089

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Kruger, Mr HC to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(a) What number of parcels of vacant land is registered in the name of the State in the City of Cape Town, (b) under which department is it registered, (c) how many hectares is each piece of land and (d) what is/are the timeframe (s) to release this land?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

a) The National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (NDPWI) has 161 vacant land parcels located within the City of Cape Town.

b) The registration of the vacant land parcels is as follows :

  • National Government of Republic of South Africa ( 12 )
  • Republic of South Africa ( 149 )

c) Please refer to Annexure A for the number of hectares per land parcel.

d) There are 26 properties in the list identified to be required for Restitution Programme. From the 26 properties, 9 properties were already released and 17 properties still outstanding.

There is public land in the custodianship of all three spheres of Government. Land will be released guided by the Land Reform Programme subject to all administrative processes.

ANNEXURE A: Size of each vacant property (in hectares) in the City of Cape Town under the custodianship of DPWI

ERF/ FARM NUMBER

SIZE IN HECTARES

TYPE

958

0,04960

ERF

29375

8,80510

ERF

954

0,00500

ERF

971

280,29870

FARM

1604

0,008

ERF

1795

0,5396

ERF

217

0,00300

ERF

4037

1,03060

ERF

21030

0,39560

ERF

5224

0,04960

ERF

5223

0,04960

ERF

5222

0,04960

ERF

5215

0,04960

ERF

5214

0,04960

ERF

5213

0,04960

ERF

5212

0,04960

ERF

5211

0,04960

ERF

963

69,91440

FARM

23340

0,02760

ERF

23339

0,09180

ERF

23335

0,42830

ERF

4

0,07140

ERF

3

0,07140

ERF

14

0,03070

ERF

13

0,07140

ERF

12

0,07140

ERF

11

0,07140

ERF

2

0,05780

ERF

804

0,01800

ERF

96

0,12720

ERF

859

3,42970

FARM

1371

0,0507

ERF

1370

0,0388

ERF

1369

0,0388

ERF

860

26,57031

FARM

4311

0,00020

ERF

3888

0,10040

ERF

3501

0,10050

ERF

461

0,32710

ERF

5643

0,01870

ERF

5641

0,01050

ERF

5640

0,00050

ERF

110474

0,14110

ERF

973

4,36832

FARM

82366

0,27810

ERF

110472

0,12500

ERF

790

85,43510

FARM

4843

1,07390

ERF

502

0,53430

ERF

5007

0,01110

ERF

113227

4,76790

ERF

375

0,06010

ERF

373

0,12080

ERF

699

1,00750

ERF

1545

1,23450

ERF

7555

0,00790

ERF

87

0,13820

ERF

45091

0,64820

ERF

23136

2,90530

ERF

8044

0,41030

ERF

4935

0,04680

ERF

2326

4,10280

ERF

2323

0,41040

ERF

2322

0,09370

ERF

2321

0,09360

ERF

479

1,62040

FARM

1163

15,29190

FARM

4081

0,06120

ERF

4035

0,00430

ERF

4034

0,02480

ERF

11964

0,90060

ERF

5040

0,08080

ERF

4228

0,00490

ERF

110478

0,09790

ERF

2286

0,07930

ERF

1797

1,82500

ERF

4097

0,88840

ERF

141

1,29190

ERF

153

0,00070

ERF

74871

0,04960

ERF

1002

0,06740

ERF

1110

3,40330

ERF

74872

0,74350

ERF

218

0,00790

ERF

29

0,06140

ERF

560

1,20760

ERF

5226

0,04960

ERF

5225

0,04960

ERF

4459

5,46650

ERF

2120

2,18460

ERF

116976

0,29270

ERF

676

0,42360

ERF

374

0,01780

ERF

955

0,01490

ERF

216

0,04720

ERF

15

0,01870

ERF

967

7,09430

FARM

21656

0,04760

ERF

21659

0,04960

ERF

6986

0,04950

ERF

21658

0,04960

ERF

21654

0,04960

ERF

21653

0,04960

ERF

21652

0,04960

ERF

21651

0,04960

ERF

21650

0,04960

ERF

21649

0,05580

ERF

956

0,02480

ERF

15045

0,17550

ERF

10

0,07140

ERF

957

0,03470

ERF

21657

0,04960

ERF

21655

0,04760

ERF

21648

0,04960

ERF

21647

0,05550

ERF

2389

0,04310

ERF

5642

0,01850

ERF

5645

0,02300

ERF

5644

0,00690

ERF

5

2,49640

ERF

5736

0,04360

ERF

268

87,3991

ERF

972

85,36771

FARM

2711

0,49500

ERF

49590

0,04770

ERF

902

145,04514

FARM

23144

1,75160

ERF

28804

1,66810

ERF

345

0,81080

ERF

110487

0,09910

ERF

2804

0,97890

ERF

2731

0,98980

ERF

110476

0,11480

ERF

1274

0,09330

ERF

1275

0,08670

ERF

1276

0,08670

ERF

1277

0,08050

ERF

1278

0,08050

ERF

609

4,00085

FARM

2824

0,32190

ERF

49664

0,19830

ERF

684

0,91960

ERF

7757

2,00310

ERF

110485

0,37810

ERF

84603

17,99190

ERF

3063

5,48170

ERF

1130

2,52888

FARM

142

8,91130

ERF

242

3,85440

ERF

9418 PORTION

2,28380

ERF

6788 PORTION

3,40650

ERF

3779 PORTION

39,99770

ERF

595 PORTION

8,53965

FARM

908 PORTION

210,89500

FARM

558 PORTION

0,44965

ERF

1076 PORTION

0,57380

ERF

87012 PORTION

0,07190

ERF

1802 PORTION

0,87260

ERF

1801 PORTION

0,00032

ERF

545 PORTION

11,35960

ERF

544 PORTION

0,88500

ERF

28 October 2019 - NW1059

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Meshoe, Rev KR to ask the President of the Republic

Whether Nigeria has followed through on their alleged demand for compensation for Nigerian citizens who suffered losses during the looting and violent attacks on foreign nationals in recent weeks; if not, why not; if so, how will the compensation be calculated?

Reply:

Nigeria has not made a demand for compensation for Nigerian citizens who suffered losses during the looting and violent attacks on foreign nationals that took place in September.

During the State Visit of President Buhari on 3 October 2019, South Africa and Nigeria agreed to establish an Early Warning Mechanism, which is a joint structure that will serve as a preventative and proactive monitoring body.

As the two Heads of State, we instructed four national departments to expeditiously finalise the Terms of Reference of this Mechanism within three months. The four departments are International Relations and Cooperation, State Security, Police and Home Affairs. The Early Warning Mechanism will also consider issues related to trafficking of drugs and human trafficking.

28 October 2019 - NW1023

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister in The Presidency

(1) With reference to each BrandSA Country Head, (a) what is the name of each Country Head, (b) how long has each Country Head been in the position in each case, ( c) what is the annual salary of each Country Head, ( d) what are the (i) other perks and/or benefits such as accommodation and living expenses and (ii) costs in each case; (2) (a) what bank accow1ts does each international BrandSA office have in each case, (b) how often are the bank accounts audited in each case and ( c) who audits the bank accounts in each case?

Reply:

(1) (a) (i) Mr Mudunwazi Baloyi based in USA

(ii) Ms Pamela Salela based in the UK

(iii) China - Vacant

(b) (i) Mr M Baloyi - Commenced on 01 December 2014 and contract ending 30 November 2019.

(ii) Ms P Selela - Commenced on 01 February 2015 and contract ending 31 January 2020.

(c) Both appointed officials are on Paterson 04 Salary Level

(d) The benefits and the perks on accommodation and living expenses are in line with Brand South Africa remuneration policy (Section 10: FOREIGN SERVICE DISPENSATION) and its objective being to allow Brand SA transferred employees to maintain, through the payment of a monthly foreign allowance, a standard of living equal to that of a similar managerial position in the same country.

2) (a) International Brand SA offices do not have bank accounts

(b) Not Applicable

c) Not Applicable


 

DRAFTER OF THE REPLY

Name: Kgomotso Seripe

Designation: Acting Chief Financial Officer

Contacts: kgomotso@brandsouthafrica.com

Recommended

Acting CEO BrandSA
Date: 22/10/2019

Approved

Hon Jackson Mthembu, mp
Minister in the Presidency
Date: 24/10/2019

28 October 2019 - NW134

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Terblanche, Mr OS to ask the Minister of Police

Whether all recommendations contained in the Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of Police Inefficiency and a Breakdown in Relations between SAPS and the Community of Khayelitsha, dated 25 August 2014, have been fully implemented; If not, (a)(I) which recommendations have not been fully Implemented and (ii) why not, In each case and (b) by what date will the specified recommendations be fully implemented; If so, what are the relevant details of the progress made in the implementation of each recommendation of the specified report? NW1095E

Reply:

(a)(i)(ii) and (b)

The status of the Implementation of the recommendations, are as follows:

Recommendation 1

Each police station in the Khayelitsha Cluster should adopt a community policing commitment in consultation with local residents.

The Khayelitsha Cluster established a Joint Forum with various sub forums to develop practical Interventions to make people In the Khayelitsha Cluster safe. The Community Policing Fora (CPF's) are fully functional and attended by the relevant South African Police Service (SAPS) members.

Recommendation 2

Adopt a Procedural Justice Model of Policing for Khayelitsha Cluster. Implementing a procedural justice model of policing.

Find here: Recommendation 3

28 October 2019 - NW997

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Mackenzie, Mr C to ask the Minister of Police

What is the current status of the investigation into CAS 260/09/2018 opened at the Ramokonopi Police Station in Katlehong and allocated to a certain detective (name furnished) in September 2019?

Reply:

Katlehong, CAS 260/09/2018, is still under investigation. The post-mortem report and the photo album have been obtained. The suspect is still unknown at this stage.

Reply to question 997 recommended

LIEUTENANT GENERAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

BCMGWENYA

Date: 2019/10/15

Reply to question 997 approved/not approved


GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date: 23/10/2019

28 October 2019 - NW1036

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Terblanche, Mr OS to ask the Minister of Police

Whether he plans to raise the entry-level requirements for prospective SA Police Service (SAPS) officers in order to professionalise the SAPS; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The entry level requirements for prospective South African Police Service (SAPS) officers, is prescribed in Regulation 11, of the SAPS Employment Regulations (General). In addition to these requirements, the SAPS has introduced a Graduate Recruitment Programme, for the next intake of police officers, to focus on the recruitment of graduates, who are in possession of law qualifications and also specialised qualifications, to improve the quality of new recruits and to contribute to the professionalisation of the SAPS. The generic entry-level requirements have been strengthened to include drug/substance testing, as well as an integrity assessment.

Reply to question 1036 recommended/not recommended

LIEUTENENANT GENERAL ACTION NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
BC MGWENYA
Date: 2019-10-15

Reply to question 1036 approved/not approved

GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date: 24/10/2019

28 October 2019 - NW975

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Police

(1) (a) What Is the total number of firearms of which applications for renewal of licences were not timeously made in terms of legislation and (b) which number of the specified firearms (i) have still not been renewed and (ii) were indeed renewed; (2) how many of the above mentioned firearms are there of each separate type of firearm; (3) whether he will make a statement on the matter? NW2127E

Reply:

(1)(a)(b)(i)(ii), (2) and (3)

The information required for the reply to this question, must be drawn from a live system. Therefore, an extension of 10 working days is requested, to extract and analyse the raw data and provide the response.
 

Response to question 975 recommended

LIEUTENANT GENERAL ACTING NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE
BC MGWENYA
Date: 14/10/2019

Response to question 975 approved

GENERAL BH CELE (MP)
MINISTER OF POLICE
Date: 23/10/2019

28 October 2019 - NW1085

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Roos, Mr AC to ask the Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

With regard to each office leased by her department on behalf of the Department of Home Affairs, (a) what is the (i) street address or erf number or farm number, (ii) lease expiry date, (iii) size of the space rented in square metres and (iv) monthly rental and (b) on what date did or does each lease for offices leased on a month-to-month basis expire?

Reply:

The Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure:

(a) Refer to Annexure A: List of properties leased on behalf of the Department of Home Affairs.

(b) All leases on a month-to-month basis are valid for a period of 30 days from the first day of the month to the last day of the month. In this regard, all leases currently on a month-to-month basis expire on the 31st of October 2019.

ANNEXURE A:

ANNEXURE A

 

STREET ADDRESS (I)

 

LEASE END (II)

EXTENT M2 (III)

RENTAL (IV)

1

JANE FURSE VILLAGE

VERGELEGEN

31/05/2024

740

R 84 548,00

2

166 PRESIDENT STREET

DENDRON

31/01/2021

155,01

R 15 956,46

3

TSHITUNI NO 1057

TSHITUNI

31/03/2024

1100

R 123 912,50

4

STAND 23513

ELIM

31/07/2020

157,45

R 20 104,77

5

HOOFSTR STAND 234

ELLISRAS

31/03/2022

497,05

R 44 671,13

6

GROBLERSDAL

GROBLERSDAL

29/02/2024

965

R 10 879,44

7

GOVERMENT COMPLEX

LEBOWAKGOMO

31/05/2024

320

R 8 092,00

8

MAINN ROAD

MAKWARELA LOCATION

31/05/2022

1740

R 21 596,40

9

KIRKMAN STREET

MODIMOLLE

31/05/2024

680,67

R 64 287,21

10

HOUSE NO 8

MOKGOPONG

31/03/2024

155,01

R 16 724,30

11

50 RABE STREET

MOKOPANE

31/03/2022

899,43

R 99 470,23

12

NO 13 NO 8 HAROLD GRENFELL

MUSINA

31/03/2024

1574,93

R 171 729,50

13

NO 9 CELLIERS STREET

MUSINA

31/03/2024

572,5

R 88 809,15

14

NEBO

NEBO

31/03/2024

680,67

R 70 657,22

15

C-O GROBLER & HANS V RENSBURG

PIETERSBURG

31/03/2022

1499

R 184 543,12

16

89 BICCARD STREET

POLOKWANE

31/01/2020

706

R 116 912,91

17

51 TUBATSE TOWNSHIP

PRAKTISEER

31/05/2021

108

R 12 108,99

18

AGATHASTR 74

TZANEEN

31/08/2019

1045

R 130 289,13

19

27 TOM STR PRIMINDIA

BRITS

31/03/2020

966

R 109 848,87

20

MAIN STREET

GANYESA

30/06/2024

808,26

R 61 847,44

21

ERF 1175

ZONE 1

31/08/2024

669,63

R 45 468,69

22

50 A O.R TAMBO STREET

KLERKSDORP

31/03/2024

1975

R 230 182,56

23

ERF 2204 WOLMARANSSTAD

WOLMARANSSTAD

31/12/2019

1160

R 78 058,80

24

48 CHURCH STREET

ZEERUST

31/07/2020

753,93

R 84 881,44

25

LOT 741 MONTSHIWA

MMABATHO

29/02/2020

2247

R 410 059,59

26

CO. CARRINGTON AND SHIPPARD ST

MIDTOWM

29/02/2020

550

R 70 562,98

27

CENTRAL HOUSE

MABOPANE

31/07/2020

632,74

R 75 458,27

28

NO.123 MALAN STR

RUSTENBURG

30/11/2019

1990

R 288 084,51

29

1 VISSER STREET

MAIN

29/02/2020

155

R 25 909,70

30

OLD GOVENOR'S BUILDING

THEMBA

30/11/2018

661,49

R 0

31

26 HENDRICK POTGIETER STREET

VENTERSDORP

30/04/2020

130,81

R 1 610,51

32

52 MARKET STREET

VRYBURG

29/02/2020

808,75

R 85 906,42

33

THUSONG CENTRE

01 NOTTINGHAM ST

31/12/2025

144,7

R 7 243,34

34

BEAUFORT WEST MPCC

3 DE VRIES STREET

31/05/2024

161,84

R 13 120,79

35

OLD ABSA BUILDING

VOORTREKKER ROAD 177

31/12/2020

1807,65

R 169 809,39

36

CAPE AGULHAS THUSONG CENTRE

1 DIRKIE UYS STREET

30/09/2027

125

R 6 250,00

37

11 HAW STREET

11 HAW STREET

29/02/2024

471,5

R 37 720,00

38

BARRACK ST 56

BARRACK ST 56

28/02/2021

4165

R 793 904,53

39

BON 1

PORT OF CAPE TOWN

30/06/2025

2346,5

R 314 076,91

40

OFFICES ON AIRPORT

HOME AFFAIRS

31/08/2021

40,62

R 5 566,15

41

BELLA VISTA THUSONG CENTRE

PANORAMA WAY

31/07/2024

72

R 4 534,96

42

VICKY ZIMM THUSONG CENTRE

BOHEMIA ST

31/07/2024

48

R 643,07

43

YORK STREET

TELKOM BUILDING

31/12/2027

1331

R 106 480,00

44

OU KAAPSE WEG

OU KAAPSE WEG

31/05/2028

70

R 3 517,85

45

THUSONG CENTRE

CORNER OF MAIN AND THIRD AVENUE

31/08/2020

44,93

R 4 287,17

46

WESTPORT PARK (HOME AFFAIRS)

ALPHA ST

30/06/2019

388

R 38 065,01

47

THUSONG CENTRE

ADRIAAN ST 108

31/12/2019

140

R 9 256,76

48

MUNICIPAL BUILDING (HOME AFFAI

CO MILLER & NEW EISLEBEN ROAD

30/09/2020

778

R 18 000,00

49

DASSIE WAY

DASSIE WAY

31/05/2024

261

R 8 527,92

50

DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS

CO BERGRIVIER BLVRD AND CASTLE

30/11/2021

778,3

R 73 938,50

51

SIMUNYE CENTRE

SIMUNYE CENTRE

31/08/2028

168

R 6 530,16

52

PRINCE ALBERT THUSONG CENTRE

CHURCH STREET

30/06/2024

122

R 10 496,27

53

THUSONG CENTRE

28 MAIN ROAD

31/10/2019

84

R 5 590,20

54

HOME AFFAIRS BUILDING6

MAIN PORT ENTRANCE ROAD

31/01/2023

111

R 6 049,50

55

STANDARD BANK BUILDING

117 MAIN ROAD

28/02/2023

698,6

R 62 874,00

56

1 VOLLENHOVEN STREET

1 VOLLENHOVEN STREET

30/06/2024

47,85

R 4 856,85

57

THUSONG CENTRE

BULT WAY

31/05/2024

136,4

R 4 081,37

58

HOME AFFAIRS OFFICES

73 ADDERLEY STREET

31/03/2023

846,1

R 70 657,81

59

MAYNARD MALL

MAIN RD

29/02/2024

936

R 102 960,00

60

EX FNB BUILDING

BELFAST

30/04/2024

572

R 41517.69

61

DORMOR BUILDING

BETHAL

30/06/2024

582.5

R 53407.87

62

ZOR –HASH BUILDING

CAROLINA

31/01/2020

263

R 12659.06

63

R 40

CASTEEL THUSONG CENTRE

 

19

R 0

64

MAIN ROAD

EERSTEHOEK

31/12/2025

782.5

R 48697.40

65

MERINO BUILDING

ERMELO

30/11/2021

998

R 81536.00

66

SIMUNYE SHOPPING CENTRE

HAZYVIEW

31/07/2021

808

R 75575.75

67

27 RISSIK STREET

KOMATIPOORT

31/12/2019

680.67

R 76924.47

68

ERF 975

MALELANE

31/08/2024

572

R 60068.00

69

37 SADC

MIDDELBURG

31/05/2021

808

R 69246.41

70

CNR HENSHALL

NELSPRUIT

30/09/2020

1560

R 190363.70

71

MSOGWABA

PIENAAR

31/12/2019

111

R 6148.82

72

29 BESTER STREET

NELSPRUIT

31/05/2024

960.65

R 97331.06

73

FATIMA CENTRE

PIET RETIEF

30/08/2024

660

R 44 100,00

74

CNR MAIN STREET

SABIE

30/11/2019

142

R 20178.64

75

NO 4 WATERSON STREET

SECUNDA

31/05/2022

572.5

R 59695.82

76

14 VRY STREET

STANDERTON

31/08/2020

52.45

R 48228.32

77

10 THEO KLEIN HANS STREET

WHITE RIVER

30/09/2024

875

R 55670.73

78

MANGWENI ROAD

TONGA

31/07/2024

963

R 83035.75

79

MAVILJAN FARM

MAPULANENG

31/08/2024

680

NEW LEASE

80

WATER STREET, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CALVINIA

 

28TH FEBRUARY 2019

530

R69 740.84

81

ALHEIT STREET, ME SNYMAN BUILDING, CARNAVON

 

31ST MARCH 2022

87,49

R4 001.91

82

47 VOORTREKKER STR BOLAND BANK BUILDING, DE AAR

 

31ST MARCH 2022

727

R43 154.72

83

SOUTHEY STREET, DOUGLAS

 

31ST MARCH 2022

155,01

R13 950.90

84

46 VISSER STREET, GROBLERSHOOP

 

31ST MARCH 2019

116

R10 034.00

85

CWALE STREET, VAALSPAN MUNICIPAL BUILDING, JAN KEMPDORP

 

31ST MARCH 2024

145

R1.00

86

7-9 NEW MAIN STREET BUILDING, KIMBERLEY

 

30TH JUNE 2021

1 408,00

R142 747.58

87

69 DU TOITSPAN ROAD ABSA CBD BUILDING, KIMBERLEY

 

31ST MARCH 2024

825.56

R97 614.73

88

3481 BREE STREET HAUMAN FAMILY TRUST BUILDING, KURUMAN

 

31ST MARCH 2022

875

R106 163.14

89

12 RANDJIE STREET, POSTMASBURG

 

01ST MARCH 2023

620,45

R63 372.59

90

POLINYANE STREET, PRIESKA

 

31ST MARCH 2024

125

R100.00

91

CNR VAN RIEBEECK AND HOF STREET, SPRINGBOK

 

Thursday, 31 March 2022

572,5

R63 761.25

92

MARK STREET, OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING

 

28TH FEBRUARY 2019

1 821,00

R220 939.16

93

MAIN ROAD

DUDUDU

28/02/2028

129,55

R 7 922,68

94

34 WILSON STREET

DUNDEE

31/12/2019

685

R 66 254,49

95

66 COMMERCIAL ROAD

DURBAN

31/12/2019

1000

R 131 445,80

96

350 UMGENI ROAD

DURBAN

31/01/2020

3185

R 346 881,16

97

137 MOORE ROAD

DURBAN

31/12/2019

1213

R 124 039,18

98

16 BIYELA STREET

EMPANGENI

31/12/2019

730,83

R 72 032,20

99

88 OSBORN ROAD

ESHOWE

31/03/2020

392

R 31 457,04

100

NTABAMHLOPHE MPCC

ESTCOURT

30/04/2028

50,63

R 3 411,44

101

124 ALEXANDRA STREET

ESTCOURT

30/04/2024

648

R 61 560,00

102

129 VOORTREKKER STREET

GREYTOWN

30/04/2024

158,28

R 14 200,88

103

LIVINGSTON STREET

HARDING

31/03/2088

80

R -

104

ZEBRA ROAD

HLUHLUWE

31/03/2088

73,79

R -

105

IMPENDLE THUSONG CENTRE

IMPENDLE

31/01/2019

172

R 21 255,13

106

PROSPECTON PLACE

ISIPINGO RAIL

31/03/2088

540

R -

107

MARGARET STREET

IXOPO

31/03/2022

223,18

R 22 318,00

108

NINA STREET

CENTRAL

31/10/2028

71,65

R 7 674,98

109

CIRCLE STREET

JOZINI

31/03/2019

156

R 17 039,68

110

33 HOPE STREET

KOKSTAD

31/01/2019

300

R 18 539,38

111

12 MAIN STREET

KOKSTAD

30/06/2023

553,75

R 48 574,95

112

AIRPORT

LA MERCY

30/04/2020

377,9

R 21 405,31

113

33 KEATE STREET

LADYSMITH

30/04/2024

650

R 52 000,00

114

2 KINGFISHER ROAD

SUNDUMBILI TOWNSHIP

30/04/2028

39,2

R 1 577,73

115

MBAZWANE MPCC

MKUZE

30/04/2028

42

R 2 674,36

116

JAN SMUTS AVENUE

MTUBATUBA

30/06/2021

1044,79

R 188 482,10

117

R 614

NDWEDWE

30/04/2028

76,5

R 5 091,05

118

LOT 322

NDWEDWE

30/11/2022

795

R 88 066,13

119

MAIN ROAD

NEW HANOVER

31/01/2019

248,2

R 21 519,87

120

67 SCOTT STREET

NEWCASTLE

30/04/2028

1540

R 175 708,12

121

ERF 230-232

PARK RYNIE

31/03/2020

556,71

R 74 940,46

122

21 JOUBERT STREET

PAULPIETESBURG

31/08/2023

680,67

R 60 906,35

123

181 CHURCH STREET

PIETERMARITZBURG

31/03/2020

2587,24

R 311 429,88

124

36 OLD MAIN ROAD

PINETOWN

31/03/2020

795

R 108 875,93

125

NEW REPUBLIC OF PONGOLA STREET

PONGOLA

31/12/2019

143,59

R 16 990,73

126

2 ROBINSON STREET

PORT SHEPSTONE

31/12/2019

795

R 90 076,63

127

ERF 11666

RICHARDS BAY

31/12/2019

1356,16

R 215 404,78

128

MBUTHUMENI

INHLAZUKA

30/04/2028

74

R 6 107,26

129

70 HULETT STREET

STANGER

31/03/2020

460

R 44 942,80

130

3 MAHARAJ STREET

TONGAAT

31/03/2088

696

R -

131

MAIN CAMPUS

ULUNDI

30/04/2095

800

R -

132

MAIN ROAD

UMSINGA

30/04/2028

128,75

R 9 283,18

133

CNR BIRD & MAIN ROAD

UMZIMKHULU

31/12/2019

567

R 104 139,26

134

208 CHURCH STREET

VRYHEID

31/12/2019

992,98

R 126 140,61

135

CNR PENZANCE & VOORTREKKER

ALBERTON

30/04/2022

594,28

R 77 777,01

136

RATES HALL ERF 14438

TOKOZA

31/03/2028

53

R 7 442,91

137

45 BEDFORD AVENUE

BENONI

31/03/2022

1027

R 104 524,99

138

50 MARKET STREET

BOKSBURG

30/04/2020

1395

R 203 905,80

139

VAN RIEBEECK STREET

EDENVALE

31/05/2020

1237,36

R 250 914,58

140

87 PRESIDENT STREET

GERMISTON

31/03/2024

1767

R 190 756,30

141

11902 ARMATAGE ROAD

ORLANDO WEST

30/04/2020

1761

R 216 688,46

142

STAND 291 FOURTH STREET

WYNBERG

30/04/2022

891,25

R 83 988,34

143

CNR DE KORTE & DE BEER STREET

BRAAMFONTEIN

28/02/2018

1050

R 266 404,05

144

87 RISSIK STREET

JOHANNESBURG

30/04/2020

44 PARKING BAYS

R 36 009,02

145

CORNER OLD POTCH RD & NICHOLAS

DIEPKLOOF EXT 4

30/04/2024

302

R 25 670,00

146

O R TAMBO INTERNATIONAL AIRPOR

KEMPTON PARK

31/03/2020

1132,74

R 289 392,19

147

CORNER WOLFF & VOORTREKKER

KEMPTON PARK

30/04/2020

1638,19

R 287 109,76

148

AIRPORT

LANSERIA

31/03/2020

124,23

R 4 021,36

149

72 VAN ZYL SMIT STREET

OBERHOLZER TOWN

31/05/2022

550

R 44 770,00

150

MAIN REEF ROAD

RANDFONTEIN

31/03/2022

1900

R 178 647,50

151

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIAL EXT1

ROODEPOORT

30/04/2022

1100

R 103 916,25

152

22 FW BEYER STREET

VANDERBIJLPARK

31/03/2022

1254

R 145 647,48

153

25 MERRIMAN AVENUE

VEREENIGING

30/04/2020

3672,88

R 207 279,34

154

PORTION 62 FARM WILDEBEESFONTE

EVATON

31/01/2020

753,8

R 58 019,16

155

PRESIDENT BOSHOFFSTR 6

BETHLEHEM

30/04/2017

970,1

R 85 343,13

156

40 VICTORIA ROAD IN BLOEMFONTEIN

BLOEMFONTEIN

30/04/2018

843

R 89 734,80

157

STAND NO 58525 MOSHOESHOE ROAD

BLOEMFONTEIN

31/10/2018

2092,73

R 458 814,80

158

358 VAN RIEBEECK STREET

BOTHAVILLE

30/09/2025

155

R 11 589,36

159

LOT 158

BOTSHABELO

31/01/2029

865

R 81 305,00

160

NO,16 DAVIN STREET

BULTFONTEIN

31/03/2024

468,11

R 34 526,24

161

PORTION 2 OF ERF 152

HARRISMITH

31/03/2024

614

R 63 614,12

162

46 PIERCE STREET

HEILBRON

30/11/2018

179

R 20 474,46

163

863 CNR GROOTTREK & EDWARD

KOFFIEFONTEIN

31/03/2017

407,07

R 32 179,23

164

CNR CHURCH & CROSS STREET

KROONSTAD

31/03/2024

710

R 66 713,80

165

38 JOUBERT STREET

LADYBRAND

31/03/2015

18

R -

166

48 FICHARDT STREET

SASOLBURG

31/07/2020

708

R 77 093,16

167

SHOP NO 06 STATION ROAD

THABA-NCHU

31/12/2020

1014

R 87 097,22

168

CO DENYSEEN & MCGREGOR STREET

VILJOENSKROON

30/06/2020

147

R 17 493,95

169

03 BOK STREET: ERF 153

WELKOM

31/03/2017

1954,52

R 140 861,80

170

WATER STREET, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CALVINIA

 

28TH FEBRUARY 2019

530

R69 740.84

171

ALHEIT STREET, ME SNYMAN BUILDING, CARNAVON

 

31ST MARCH 2022

87,49

R4 001.91

172

47 VOORTREKKER STR BOLAND BANK BUILDING, DE AAR

 

31ST MARCH 2022

727

R43 154.72

173

SOUTHEY STREET, DOUGLAS

 

31ST MARCH 2022

155,01

R13 950.90

174

46 VISSER STREET, GROBLERSHOOP

 

31ST MARCH 2019

116

R10 034.00

175

CWALE STREET, VAALSPAN MUNICIPAL BUILDING, JAN KEMPDORP

 

31ST MARCH 2024

145

R1.00

176

7-9 NEW MAIN STREET BUILDING, KIMBERLEY

 

30TH JUNE 2021

1 408,00

R142 747.58

177

69 DU TOITSPAN ROAD ABSA CBD BUILDING, KIMBERLEY

 

31ST MARCH 2024

825.56

R97 614.73

178

3481 BREE STREET HAUMAN FAMILY TRUST BUILDING, KURUMAN

 

31ST MARCH 2022

875

R106 163.14

179

12 RANDJIE STREET, POSTMASBURG

 

01ST MARCH 2023

620,45

R63 372.59

180

POLINYANE STREET, PRIESKA

 

31ST MARCH 2024

125

R100.00

181

CNR VAN RIEBEECK AND HOF STREET, SPRINGBOK

 

31/03/2022

572,5

R63 761.25

182

MARK STREET, OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING

 

28TH FEBRUARY 2019

1 821,00

R220 939.16

183

CULLINAN

174 KOPPIE DRIVE,CULLINAN

Tuesday, 30 June 2009

234

R30 8378.31

184

BRONKHORSTSPRUIT

41 KRUGER STREET

Tuesday, 31 January 2023

753.8

R89 501. 69

185

STATION SQUARE, AKASIA

19 DAAN DE WET RYLAAN,CLARINA AKASIA STATION SQUARE

Sunday, 31 July 2011

1710

R 240 920.52

186

HALLMARK BUILDING

230 JOHANNES RAMOKHOASE, PRETORIA

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

20538 office
2823 storage

R5 438 020.68

187

LOUIS PASTURE

366 FRANCIS BAARD STREET,PRETORIA

Friday, 31 March 2017

3265

R 220 828.86

188

MAMELODI PLAZA

ERF 6147,CNR TSAMAYA ROAD AND K54,MAHUBE VALLEY EXT 20

Friday, 31 March 2017

557

R78 051.00

189

SOSHANGUVE NAFCOC BUILDING

BLOCK F SOSHANGUVE

Wednesday, 31 May 2023

441

R39 557.70

190

BYRONS PLACE

320 SCHUBART STREET PRETORIA

Monday, 28 February 2022

1466

R296 682.04

191

EXT 14 BRITS

3 PIET PRETORIUS STREET

31/03/2014

7265

R 1 137 759.56

192

ROSSLYN STORAGE,

12 PIET RAUTENBANCT STREET ROSSLYN STAND 86

Tuesday, 01 November 2011

16960

R1 655 058.98

193

ERVEN 926 & 928

ALICE

Saturday, 30 April 2022

150

R 12 000,00

194

OLD MARKET BUILDING

BURGERSDORP

Friday, 31 January 2020

155

R -

195

SANLAM BLDG GROUND FLOOR

CRADOCK

Saturday, 30 April 2022

354

R 24 780,00

196

33 FLEET STREET

EAST LONDON

Sunday, 31 May 2020

1598

R 239 146,74

197

ERF 252(SHOPPING COMPLEX)

FORT BEAUFORT

Saturday, 30 April 2022

250

R 23 987,50

198

MULTIPURPOSE CENTRE

MIDDLEDRIFT

Friday, 31 May 2024

144

R 9 064,80

199

MARKET SQUARE ERF 3920

GRAAF REINET

Tuesday, 30 April 2024

642,4

R 57 816,00

200

14 BATHURST STREET

GRAHAMSTOWN

Thursday, 30 April 2020

550

R 51 292,34

201

RIGGTON HOUSE ERF 719

HUMANSDORP

Thursday, 30 April 2020

578

R 65 125,92

202

POST OFFICE BUILDING

KEISKAMMAHOEK

Saturday, 30 April 2022

121

R 6 094,60

203

HARGREAVES HOUSE

KING WILLIAMS

Saturday, 30 April 2022

818

R 73 620,00

204

35 - 39 SMITH STREET

KING WILLIAMS TOWN

Saturday, 31 August 2024

1583

R 177 865,88

205

JN MADYAKA CENTRE

MDANTSANE

Wednesday, 30 September 2020

380

R 38 379,30

206

ERF 434

MIDDELBURG

Saturday, 31 March 2029

131,82

R 9 227,40

207

ALF DLAMINI HEIGHTS

PEDDIE

Saturday, 30 April 2022

128

R 7 379,20

208

27 MASONIC STREET

PORT ALFRED

Friday, 31 January 2020

260

R 35 056,32

209

ERF 24545

PORT ELIZABETH

Saturday, 31 March 2029

779

R 66 215,00

210

682 GOVAN MBEKI AVENUE

PORT ELIZABETH

Friday, 30 September 2022

1766

R 220 750,00

211

CLEARY PARK SHOPPING CENTRE

PORT ELIZABETH

Tuesday, 31 October 2023

1066

R 119 925,00

212

LAKESIDE BUSINESS PARK

PORT ELIZABETH

Wednesday, 31 May 2023

2381,25

R 167 163,75

213

HEXAGON HOTEL

QUEENSTOWN

Saturday, 30 April 2022

1270

R 88 900,00

214

VISSER CENTRE

SOMERSET EAST

Saturday, 30 April 2022

412

R 29 252,00

215

POST OFFICE BUILDING

STUTTERHEIM

Friday, 30 April 2021

239

R 30 107,12

216

WADER BUILDING

UITENHAGE

Saturday, 30 April 2022

739

R 45 040,44

217

SITE 37-1

WHITTLESEA

31.08.2020

135,42

R 6 939,39

218

86 SMITH STREET

ALIWAL NORTH

Saturday, 23 February 1901

31/10/2020

R 61 059,92

219

MAIN STREET

BIZANA

Tuesday, 17 February 1903

30/06/2019

R 52 917,57

220

ERF 456

CALA

Friday, 08 June 1900

30/06/2020

R 15 712,00

221

40 VOOTREKER STREET

ELLIOT

Tuesday, 29 May 1900

30/11/2018

R 16 454,96

222

MAIN STREET

ELLIOTDALE

Monday, 23 July 1900

31/03/2020

R 19 391,25

223

MAIN STREET

FLAGSTAFF

Sunday, 15 April 1900

31/03/2020

R 9 856,22

224

ERF 163

LADY FRERE

Monday, 02 July 1900

31/03/2020

R 19 142,17

225

58 STANFORD AVENUE

LIBODE

Tuesday, 07 August 1900

31/03/2020

R 21 120,90

226

CNR AMCA ROAD + JACARANDA STR

LUSIKISIKI

Thursday, 09 May 1901

31/03/2020

R 44 006,59

227

MAIN STREET

MQANDULI

Thursday, 24 May 1900

31/03/2020

R 14 840,12

228

MAIN STREET

MT AYLIFF

Thursday, 22 August 1901

30/09/2019

R 54 060,00

229

MAIN STREET

MT FRERE

Tuesday, 01 October 1901

31/03/2020

R 59 650,49

230

QUNU

MTHATHA

Thursday, 24 May 1900

30/04/2019

R 12 822,61

231

NQAMAKWE

NQAMAKWE

Sunday, 29 April 1900

31/03/2020

R 13 228,80

232

ERF 75

PORT ST JOHNS

Tuesday, 13 November 1900

31/03/2019

R 41 237,66

233

MAIN STREET

QUMBU

Tuesday, 16 April 1901

31/03/2020

R 60 886,44

234

MAIN STREET

TABANKULU

Tuesday, 13 November 1900

31/05/2019

R 36 787,18

235

MAIN STREET

TSOLO

Monday, 14 May 1900

31/03/2020

R 12 987,10

236

SUTHERLAND STREET

UMTATA

Saturday, 11 August 1900

30/11/2018

R 24 362,33

237

ERF 40

WILLOWVALE

Sunday, 06 May 1900

31/01/2029

R -

25 October 2019 - NW89

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Msane, Ms TP to ask the Minister of Finance

Whether the Public Investment Corporation has shares in any of the independent power producer programmes; if so, (a) in which (i) bid window and (ii) project and (b) what is the (i) Rand value and (ii) overall percentage of the specified shares?

Reply:

The information required is contained in the Annexure to this reply.

ANNEXURE

Investment Name

REIPPP Bid Round

Technology

Plant Capacity (MW)

PIC shareholding (%)

Plant Status

PIC investment (R million)

SunEdison Soutpan-Erika

1

Solar PV

28

24%

Sold

R153

SunEdison Witkop-Core

1

Solar PV

30

39%

Sold

R171

SolarCapital de Aar 1

1

Solar PV

94

25%

Held-for-sale

R196

Touwsrivier Solar Park

1

CPV

44

40%

Production

R354

SunEdison Boshoff

2

Solar PV

60

19%

Production

R318

Bokpoort Solar CSP

2

CSP

50

25%

Production

R525

Intikon Jasper

2

Solar PV

75

41.5%

Production

R236

Ilanga CSP1 / Karoeshoek Solar One

3

CSP

100

20%

Production

R557

Xina Solar One

3

CSP

100

20%

Production

R623

Kathu Solar Park

3.5 (CSP bid window)

CSP

100

17.5%

Production

R583

Roggeveld Wind Farm

4

Wind

140

23.25%

Construction

R313

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

R4 029

25 October 2019 - NW1069

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August, Mr SN to ask the Minister of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries

(1) Whether, in view of the fact that the former Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries was unable to resolve the matter of the long-term fishing rights in the abalone commercial sector since 2016, her department has made any progress with regard to the Fishing Rights Allocation Process (FRAP 2020); if not, by what date does she expect the (a) FRAP 2020 to be completed and (b) abalone fishing allocations to be finalised In order for harvesting to commence; if so, (2) has the abalone fishing sector been included In the FRAP 2020; If not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1)(a) On 04 September 2019, Cabinet endorsed the recommendation to extend the timeframes for dealing with the fishing rights in 12 commercial fishing secto11 which ~ due to expire on 31 December 2020. The FRAP process will therefore be extended until 31 December 2021.

During this time, the Department will conduct Socio-Economic Impact Analysis studies on the General Policy on the Allocation of Commercial Fishing Rights as well as the 12 sector-specific polices. The Department will also appoint a number of service providers ~ manage and observe the Rights Allocation process; to develop and manage the database; to assist with adjudications, and to conduct forensic Investigations and audits on the information provided by the applicants. The Department will ensure that the awarding of all the tenders as well as the actual decision-making during the allocation process Is open to public scrutiny. The Department will also use the additional time to ensure that the decision making is supported by credible scientific and sock>«:onomic information on all the fishing sectors due for reallocation.

(1)(b) The abalone fishery Is currently operating under exemption. A further exemption will be granted for the 2019n020 fishing season in order to allow for the harvesting of this resource.

(2) The Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries decided to postpone the allocation of fishing rights in order to allow the time to engage meaningfully with interested and affected parties, with the aim of developing a roadmap and turnaround strategy involving a range of local and International stakeholders for the future sustainable management of fishing. To this end, we will appoint a special task team with speclflc terms of reference to take the process forward.

MS BD CREECY, MP

MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES

DATE: 24/10/2019

25 October 2019 - NW1167

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Basson, Mr LJ to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology

Whether his department incurred any costs related to the (a) inauguration of the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, held in Pretoria on 25 May 2019 and (b) State of the Nation Address held in Cape Town on 20 June 2019; if so, in each case, (i) what costs were incurred and (ii) for what reason?

Reply:

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

The Department did not incur costs related to the inauguration of the President and State of the Nation Address.

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION:

(1) Yes, the Director-General Dr P Mjwara, of the Department of Science and Innovation attended the events as follows:

Event

(a) Inauguration of the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, held in Pretoria on 25 May 2019

(b) State of the Nation Address held in Cape Town on 20 June 2019

Attended

Flights

Accommodation

R0

R0

R10 015.00

R 1 828.12

Total

R0

R11 843.12

25 October 2019 - NW585

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Hlonyana, Ms NKF to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) Who is the lender he mentioned in the Debate on the State of the Nation Address, (b) who has provided a loan and/or financial assistance to Denel so that it was able to pay salaries, (c) on what date was the loan made, (d) what is the (i) value and (ii) interest rate for the loan, (e) whether he has found that the loan is in line with all applicable laws and regulations and (f) who approved the loan?

Reply:

This response is according to the information received from Denel:

(a) The lender is a South African commercial bank, however, due to confidentiality rules Denel is unable to disclose the name of the lender.

(b) The loan was provided by a South African commercial bank.

(c) The loan was made on 26 June 2019.

(d) (i) R12 million

(ii) The interest rate is confidential and cannot be disclosed.

(e) The loan was in line with all the applicable laws and regulations.

(f) The Acting Group Chief Financial Officer approved the loan.

25 October 2019 - NW917

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King, Ms C to ask the Minister of Basic Education

What number of cases of sexual abuse against learners with special needs have been reported in each province in the 2018-19 financial year?

Reply:

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) does not keep statistics of sexual abuse cases. The DBE Protocol for the Management and Reporting of Sexual Abuse and Harassment in Schools positions this function as a provincial competency. The Honourable Member is advised to request this information directly from the provinces.

25 October 2019 - NW1163

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Abrahams, Ms ALA to ask the Minister of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries

Whether her department incurred anyrelated to the (a) inauguration of the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, held in Pretoria on 25 May 2019 and (b) State of the Nation Address held in Cape Town on 20 June 2010; if so, in each case, (i) what coats were incurred and (ii) for what reason?

Reply:

Answer to (a); (b)

The Department did not Incur any costs related to the (a) inauguration of the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa and (b) State of the Nation Address held in Cape Town on 20 June 2010;

(b){i) No costs incurred;

(ii) Not applicable as no costs were incurred.

 

Regards

MS B D CREECY, MP

MINISTEROF ENVIRONMENT, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES

DATE:... ..)!..'... .

25 October 2019 - NW580

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Shivambu, Mr F to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) What are the legal provisions upon which he relied to appoint Mr Jabu Mabuza as Interim Executive Chairman as well as Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Eskom Holdings;\ (2)What are the legal provisions upon which he relied for appointing an Acting CEO at Eskom Holdings when Eskom Holdings has a Board?

Reply:

  1. In terms of Clause 14.5.1 of the Eskom’s Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI), the Chairperson of the Eskom Board is appointed by the Minister of Public Enterprises (Acting Chairperson included). The latter Clause does not preclude the Minister from appointing an Executive Chairperson nor does it prescribe that the Chairperson should be an Executive or Non-Executive Director. Notwithstanding that Clause 14.5.2 of the MOI entitles the Board to designate an Acting Chairperson until the Minister appoints the Chairperson of the Board, the Minister retains exclusive powers to appoint the Chairperson of the Board.
  2. Pursuant to Clause 14.3.1 of the Eskom’s Memorandum of Incorporation read with sections 1 and 63(2) of the Public Finance Management Act 1 of 1999, the Minister of Public Enterprises has exclusive powers to appoint the Chief Executive Officer (Acting CEO included).

In addition, nothing in any relevant law precludes the above.

25 October 2019 - NW574

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Komane, Ms RN to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(1) What number of (a) security, (b) cleaning and (c) general worker personnel who work in buildings, facilities and all other infrastructure are employed through tenders obtained by their companies or third party service providers at (i) Eskom, (ii) Transnet, (iii) SA Airways, (iv) SA Express, (v) SA Forestry Company and (vi) Denel; (2) What total amount does Eskom, Transnet, SA Airways, SA Express, SA Forestry Company and Denel spend from their current budget on security, cleaning and general worker personnel who work in their buildings, facilities and all other infrastructure?

Reply:

According to the information received from Alexkor

Information submitted on behalf of Alexkor Head Office:

(1) (a) Security – None

(b) Cleaning – None

  1. General workers – None

Information submitted on behalf of Alexkor /RMC JV:

(a) Security - 84 people

(b) Cleaning – Two people;

(c) General Workers – None;

(2) Current budget on the following are part of the staff compliment (permanent workers) as mentioned on PQ 586

(a) Security – None

(b) Cleaning – 2 (Office cleaners at Head Office)

  1. General workers – 8 (at the mine)

Alexkor / RMC JV spends R1, 233,487.21 / month on Security Services (this include the portion the mining contractors pays);

Alexkor /RMC JV spends R 10 600.00/month on Cleaning Service

According to the information received from Denel:

1(a) 138 security

(b) 185 (cleaning)

(c) 32 (general worker personnel who work in buildings, facilities and other infrastructure

 

2 Security = R17 433 106.89 per annum

Cleaning = R13 517.92 per annum

General worker personnel = R3 106 365.35 per annum

According to the information received from Eskom

(1)(a)(b)(c)(i) Eskom generally contracts for a service and not necessary personnel; as a result Eskom does not have readily available records on the number of personnel employed through tenders obtained by their companies or third party service providers.

(2) Eskom is not able to provide a spent on personnel employed through tenders obtained by their companies or third party service providers. However, we provide total amounts that Eskom spent on security, cleaning and general worker services for the current financial year in the table below.

Financial Year 2019/20

Security

R225 874 543.32

Cleaning

R241 439 141.14

General Worker

R69 198 544.15

TOTAL

R 536 512 228.61

According to the information received from SAFCOL

  1. (a) SAFCOL has 107 security personnel employed through tenders obtained by their respective companies.

(b) SAFCOL has no cleaning personnel employed through tenders. All cleaning personnel are permanently employed by SAFCOL. However, SAFCOL incurred expenses for cleaning materials required through tenders.

(c) SAFCOL has no general worker personnel employed through tenders. All general worker personnel are permanently employed by SAFCOL.

(2) SAFCOL incurred expenses for security personnel employed through tenders obtained by their respective companies as per the table below:

Actual Spent as at 31 March 2019

Services

Amounts

Security personnel

R10 019 283,59

SAFCOL does not have cleaning and general worker personnel employed through tenders. However, SAFCOL incurred expenses for cleaning materials as per the table below:

Actual Spent as at 31 March 2019

Services

Amounts

Materials for cleaning services

R1 458 793,41

According to the information received from South African Express:

1(a) SA Express Airways’ cleaning services and security services are outsourced.

(b) SA Express Airways facilities are taken care of in-house (5 incumbents employed in the facilities department)

(c) None

2. SA Express pays an approximate amount of R67 000.00 per month towards cleaning, facilities and general workers. SA Express pays an approximate amount of R20 000.00 per month towards security services.

According to the information received from South African Airways:

1 SAA utilizes the below number of staff obtained through a tender process from third party service providers;

Function

Number of personnel

(a) Security (Reshebile Protection and Aviation Services)

679

(b) Cleaning and General services (Morena Corporate Services)

368

2 SAA spends (for all stations and premises in SA), the following on the specified services:

Function

Annual Spend

(a) Security

R100 564 693.00

(b) Cleaning and General services

R 25 560 753.00

According to the information received from Transnet

Transnet’s response attached as Annexure A.

25 October 2019 - NW1186

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Environment. Forestry and Fisheries

What progress has been made since her reply to question 33 on 04 July 2019 with reviewing the effectiveness of her Department's policies relating to the management of plastic waste?

Reply:

On 11 July 2019, as part of the Department's budget vote, I indicated that the management of waste, in particular single use plastic waste, Is a matter that also requires the most urgent and pressing attention.

The Plastic Bag Regulations and the plastic bag levy are two mechanisms Government has used to influence consumer behaviour and reduce littering. The Department is currently assessing single-use plastic products which include: plastic carrier bags, straws, earbuds, crockery and cutlery. The department will be conducting various stakeholder engagements in this regard.

In addition, the Department of Environmental Affairs Is in the final stages of completing a study on the review of the plastic carrier bag and flat bag policy Instruments in South Africa, with the aim of determining their effectiveness and to provide research evidence that may inform alternative policy instruments.

Strategic partnerships with relevant stakeholders are also important as plastic pollution is a global issue which cannot be solved by Government alone. As a result, I have signed a partnership agreement with the Commonwealth Clean Oceans Alliance. Under the alliance, the Department is working on the implementation of the Commonwealth Litter Programme (CUP) in South Africa through the roll-out of the Source to Sea programme. The programme will be piloted in Ethekwini by the end of this financial year (2019).

The Department, in partnership with Plastics SA and the Consumer Goods Council of South Africa, will be hosting The Plastic Colloquium from 21 to 22 November 2019 in the Gauteng Province. The colloquium is positioned around six key working groups which are already established and Include:

1) Product standards validation/authentication/definition/labelling.

2) Product design, development and innovation.

3) Integration of the informal waste economy.

4) Biodegradable and compostable plastics.

5) Infrastructure.

6) Consumer Education and Awareness.

Regards

MS BD CREECY, MP

MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES
DATE: 24/10/2019
 

25 October 2019 - NW1064

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Boshoff, Dr WJ to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology

1. Whether he has been informed that the Square Kilometre Array South Africa advertised that it would be hosting monthly meetings with affected communities, but in fact failed to attend the meeting as advertised for 18 September from 17h00 to 19h00 in the Kareeberg Library, Carnarvon; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what was the reason for their nonattendance; 2. Whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

1. The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology is aware that SARAO – (formerly the South African Square Kilometre Array Project Office), hosts regular public information sessions and stakeholder meetings in various towns surrounding the SKA project in the Northern Cape. I can confirm that SARAO attended the meeting in Carnarvon on 18 September 2019 and they have given me the attendance register and minutes of this meeting.

2. The Minister will not be making a statement on this matter.

25 October 2019 - NW1065

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Boshoff, Dr WJ to ask the Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology

(1) Whether he received an invitation from the Solidarity Movement to discuss their activities in the sphere of higher education and vocational training with him; if so, 2) Whether he is prepared to meet them on the matter; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) Whether, with reference to his statement on 23 September 2019, (details furnished), he has found that the use of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction is a transgression of the Bill of Rights; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) Whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

  1. A letter dated 27 September 2019 was received from Solidarity requesting a meeting to discuss matters relating to the Sol-Tech College.
  2. I am looking forward to meeting and engaging with them and any other institution on matters relating to higher education and training.

I welcome the explanation and clarity provided in their letter that Sol-Tech as a private college is fully committed to the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa and all legislative frameworks pertaining to education and training in the country, and as such, rejects all forms of discrimination based on race. My Ministry will engage with them further as we have an obligation to make sure that no South African is denied access to any educational institution in the country based on race, language or culture.

3. The Department acknowledges and upholds Afrikaans as one of the 11 official languages of the Republic of South Africa, which is duly protected by the Constitution. However, any form of discrimination or exclusionary practice based on language will not be tolerated as it goes against the spirit of the Constitution and the imperatives of social cohesion and nation building.

4. The Department’s position is very clear and consistent over the years that in post-apartheid South Africa we will no longer have exclusive Afrikaans, Zulu or Xhosa institutions, but rather institutions, which are open to all South Africans that upholds the values of our Constitution.

25 October 2019 - NW442

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Tarabella - Marchesi, Ms NI to ask the Minister of Basic Education

(1) What (a) number of educators have been found guilty of using corporal punishment to enforce discipline in the classroom (i) in each of the past three school years and (ii) since 1 January 2019 and (b) action was taken against each of the specified educators; (2) Whether (a) her department and/or (b) provincial departments of education provide professional development training to educators on how to discipline learners without using corporal punishment; if not, in each case, why not; if so, what (i) are the relevant details in each case and (ii) number of educators have undergone training since 1 January 2016?

Reply:

 

  1. (a) (i) (ii)

Total number of educators who received advisory letters for using corporal punishment by the SACE disciplinary tribunal.

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

229 advisory letters sent out for corporal punishment

233 advisory letters sent out for corporal punishment

194 advisory letters sent out for corporal punishment

Source: SACE

Advisory letters are letters that are forwarded to an accused educator at the discretion of Council instead of proceeding with a disciplinary hearing against such an educator. These letters are issued in cases of corporal punishment. Once an advisory letter is issued by the SACE and ratified by the Ethics committee, the file is then closed with the proviso that the same educator does not repeat the misconduct. Should the educator repeat the misconduct; disciplinary proceedings get instituted and the file with the advisory letter gets reinstated and prosecuted. Advisory letters are issued only in instances where an educator has already been disciplined by a provincial department of education and a sanction imposed against such an educator by the employer.

(b)

Total number of educators found guilty of applying corporal punishment by the SACE disciplinary tribunal.

2016/17

2017/18

2018/19

07

24

33

RESPONSE TO NATIONAL ASSEMBLY QUESTION 442

The sanctions varied from removal of the names of educators from the roll and which removal was suspended for certain periods with conditions that the educators not be found guilty of misconduct during the period of suspension. These educators were further given fines that were to be paid over different timeframes, but not exceeding 12 months. Same educators' names were removed from the roll of educators where severe injuries were inflicted upon learners.

(2) (a)

The Department of Basic Education has trained District Safety Coordinators on a Protocol to Deal with Incidences of Corporal Punishment in Schools.

(b) (i) (ii)

The question is more relevant to the provincial administration since it is the responsibility of the employer, who in terms of section 3(1)(b) of the Employment of Educators Act, 76 of 1998, is the Head of the Provincial Education Department, to enforce disciplinary code and procedures against all employees employed at the provincial level.

The question should therefore be forwarded to the relevant employer for details and response.

24 October 2019 - NW1175

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Faber, Mr WF to ask the MINISTER OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION

Whether his department incurred any costs related to the (a) inauguration of the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, held in Pretoria on 25 May 2019 and (b) State of the Nation Address held in Cape Town on 20 June 2019; if so, in each case, (i) what costs were incurred and (ii) for what reason?

Reply:

(a) The Department of Public Service and Administration has not incurred any costs related to the inauguration of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, held in Pretoria on 25 May 2019.

(b) The Department of Public Service and Administration has not incurred any costs related to the State of the Nation Address held in Cape Town on 20 June 2019.

(i) N/A

(ii) N/A

24 October 2019 - NW586

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What is the total number of employees at each state-owned entity?

Reply:

According to the information received from Alexkor:

The total number of employees at Alexkor SOC LTD and its subsidiaries is 331.

According to the information received from DENEL:

The total number of employees at Denel SOC LTD its 3 438.

According to the information received from Eskom:

The total number of employees at Eskom SOC Ltd 45 982.

According to the information received from SAFCOL:

The total number of employees at SA Forestry Company SOC Ltd and its subsidiaries is 2396.

 

According to the information received from SAA:

The total number of employees at South African Airways SOC Ltd its 5 256.

According to the information received from SAX:

The total number of employees at South African Express SOC Ltd its 711

According to the information received from Transnet:

The total number of employees at Transnet SOC Ltd its 56 718.

23 October 2019 - NW981

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Roos, Mr AC to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

What are the details of the (a) progress of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) process for the appointment of a new service provider for visa services and (b)(i) steps that must be followed and (ii) deadline of each step to ensure that the PPP process for the appointment of a service provider is completed before the expiry date of the Visa Facilitation Service contract? NW2133E

Reply:

(a) Implementation of a PPP process is dependent on the completion of a preliminary market evaluation. This is to be undertaken through the publication of a Request for Information (RFI). Specifications for the RFI had to be drafted, and this was undertaken by an appointed Bid Specification Committee (BSC). The specifications were approved by the Bid Adjudication Committee (BAC) on 11th September 2019. On the same date the BAC also resolved to support the registration of the PPP with National Treasury (NT).

(b)(i) The resolution of the BAC is that the RFI specifications should be validated with the Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) of NT. Validity means that the specifications are complete and suitable for public gazetting of the RFI.

(b)(ii) The process of registering a PPP is guided by National Treasury Regulation 16 (attached). This process and the timelines attached to it are outside the control of Home Affairs due to the activities that are required such as those mentioned in paragraph 16.2 to 16.8 of the Regulations.

The Department is therefore unable to confirm with certainty on whether the PPP process would have been finalised before the expiry of the current contract. All effort is being made to ensure that any activity that falls within the ambit of Home Affairs in the value chain of this process is finalised within a reasonable time.

END

23 October 2019 - NW943

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Julius, Mr J to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

(1)Whether the Bekkersdal sewer rehabilitation project in Randwest City has been completed; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) what (a) total monetary value was spent to date on the project and (b) are the reasons for non-completion?

Reply:

(1) According to the information provided by the Gauteng Department of Human Settlements, the Bekkersdal sewer rehabilitation project in Rand West City has not yet been completed. The work done to date accounts for a completion rate of 57%, and construction is still underway.

(2) (a) The amount spent to date on the Bekkersdal sewer rehabilitation project is R218 997 795.82

(b) The reasons for the non-completion of the project are as follows:

(i0 The project did not commence on schedule due to community protests;

(ii) There were labour issues between the contractor and workers which needed to be resolved prior commencement of the project;

(iii) The project was further delayed by stoppages from the Department of Labour when it was mediating a dispute over salaries between the contractor and its workers.

(iv) The Gauteng Department of Human Settlements was also not satisfied with the performance of the contractor and their concerns had to be resolved.

 

 

22 October 2019 - NW859

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

Whether her department has put any plans in place to repair the wall in the Nqweba Dam, Graaff-Reinet, as per the agreement concluded with the former Camdeboo Local Municipality; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) what are the details of the (i) plans and (ii) time frames for the repairs and (b) will the dam be returned to the Dr Beyers Naudé Local Municipality once repairs have been completed?

Reply:

The Nqweba Dam, formerly known as the Van Ryneveld’s Pass Dam, near Graaff- Reinet in the Eastern Cape is used for municipal water supply to the town of Graaff-Reinet in the Dr. Beyers Naude Local Municipality.

The dam was designed by the Department for Irrigation and was constructed between 1921 and 1925 for the Van Ryneveldspas Irrigation Board. It is a concrete gravity dam with a maximum wall height of 46 m and a capacity of 46 million m3. Ownership was transferred to the Camdeboo Local Municipality in 2002.

Dam Safety Inspection Reports found the structure to be unstable under Recommended Design Flood conditions. This shortcoming is typical of concrete gravity dams designed at a time when flood estimates were based on inadequate hydrological records and when uplift forces in concrete gravity dams were not fully understood. A possible dam-break flood caused by a failure of the dam wall would cause a high loss of life and a large amount of damage.

Following studies which were conducted on the best way to proceed with the rehabilitation of the dam, there was an impasse on the recommendations due to a dispute on the different conclusions reached by the experts. One report indicated that the dam does meet the required factors of safety. The Dam Safety Office, which acts as a Regulator within my department, requested that an independent expert be appointed to carry out a dam safety evaluation of the dam and to review the analysis done in the first report. However, due to budgetary constraints, the DWS was not able to carry out the review as requested at the time. I have since instructed the department to find a budget for this review from the current baseline and reprioritise the existing budget.

To resolve this impasse, I have instructed my Department to procure the services of an approved professional independent person/company with dam safety expertise so that the required rehabilitation of Nqweba Dam can commence in earnest.

 

22 October 2019 - NW1169

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Basson, Ms J to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

Whether her department incurred any costs related to the (a) inauguration of the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, held in Pretoria on 25 May 2019 and (b) State of the Nation Address held in Cape Town on 20 June 2019; if so, in each case, (i) what costs were incurred and (ii) for what reason?

Reply:

The Department of Water and Sanitation and the Department of Human Settlements did not incur any costs related to either the inauguration of the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, held in Pretoria, nor the State of the Nation Address in Cape Town on the dates mentioned.

 

22 October 2019 - NW942

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Julius, Mr J to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

Whether there are any plans to complete the Droogheuwel water tower project in Randwest City Local Municipality after the budget for this project was wrongfully invested in the VBS Mutual Bank by the West Rand District Municipality; if not, why not; if so, what are the details of the plans?

Reply:

The Gauteng Department of Human Settlements has advised that plans are well underway to complete the Droogheuwel Water Tower Project. This is a multi-year project with a value of R169 000 000.00 and is currently 91% complete. It is anticipated that by end October 2019, the Gauteng Department of Human Settlements will transfer the balance of R 32 008 863.21 to the Rand West City Local Municipality which will effectively enable the total completion of the project.

I have been informed that the Rand West City Local Municipality has not invested funds in the VBS Mutual Bank. However, should the Honourable Member possesses information contrary to this, I would encourage him to send it to the law enforcement agencies for investigation.

 

 

22 October 2019 - NW885

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Breedt, Ms T to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

1) What total number of cases of (a) domestic violence and (b) sexual offences were withdrawn by the (i) complainants and/or (ii) National Prosecuting Authority (aa) in (aaa) 2017 and (bbb) 2018 calendar years and (bb) since 1 January 2019; 2) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

a) Domestic violence:

I am informed that the National Prosecuting Authority does not keep statistics regarding domestic violence matters. In this regard it is important to mention that domestic violence is an umbrella term for several offences which can be both statutory and common law offences. For example, if a person is convicted of the common law offence of assault on his or her partner, it will be captured as a criminal offence of assault and not as domestic violence.

1. During the years mentioned hereunder a number of persons were in contempt of the protection order issued against him or her in terms of the Domestic Violence Act, 1998 (Act 116 of 1998). The statistics of these withdrawals are as follows:

Domestic Violence - Criminal

Period

Total no. of cases disposed of

  1. Withdrawn Cases

Withdrawal Rate*

aaa) 2017/18

9 782

5 487

56.1%

bbb) 2018/19

10 438

6 174

59.1%

bb) Q1* of 2019/20

3 013

1 780

59.1%

*Q1 = April - June 2019

(Source: National Operations Centre (NOC) at the Department of Justice and

Constitutional Development)

It should be noted that the figures above are projected as financial years rather than normal calendar periods.

Our electronic court systems at this point do not provide for a distinction between withdrawals by the complainant and the prosecutor. A request has been made for the system to be amended so that a new field can be populated to provide such information in the future.

*Withdrawal rate = withdrawn cases against total number of disposed of cases.

b) Sexual offences:  

(i) There are instances where the complainant requests the withdrawal of his/her case, and such cases can be withdrawn in court. However, the data reflecting this number of withdrawals, i.e., only by complainants, is not separately kept but forms part of the total number of withdrawals reflected in paragraph (ii) below.

(ii) The NPA reflects its performance data according to financial years. Accordingly, the number of cases withdrawn in the dedicated sexual offences courts for the financial year April 2018 – March 2019 comprised a total of 98 cases. During the first four months of the financial year 2019/20 (April – July), 44 cases were withdrawn. Data is not available for dedicated sexual offences courts prior to FY2018/19. It must be noted that sexual offence cases are also withdrawn in other courts but we do not have the specific data for withdrawn sexual offences only, because while data is kept on the number of cases withdrawn, this information is not recorded per crime type, but for the total number of the cases withdrawn.

21 October 2019 - NW625

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Moteka, Mr PG to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

What (a) total amount has (i) his department and (ii) each of the entities reporting to him spent on (aa) cleaning, (bb) security and (cc) gardening services in the (aaa) 2017-18 and (bbb) 2018-19 financial years, (b) amount was paid to each service provider to provide each specified service and (c) total amount was paid to each of the service providers?

Reply:

Department of Public Enterprises:

The information on cleaning and security services is mentioned below. There was no spending on gardening services.

(a)(i) Department of Public Enterprises

(b) Cleaning Services

Lounde Holdings = R156 600.00

Purpose serve Service & Supply = R328 500.00

Vuledza Industies = R124 788.00

(c) Security Services

Matlolobe Business Enterprise = R1 754 967.33

Madox Security and Risk = R247 000.00

Eldna Security Services = R907 633.94

Nungu Security Services = R267 000.00

Services

(aaa) 2017/2018

(bbb) 2018/2019

TOTAL

Cleaning Services

R204 600.00

R405 288.00

R609 888.00

Security Services

R1 671 143.56

R1 505 457.71

R3,176,601.27

Gardening Services

N/A

N/A

N/A

According to the information received from Alexkor

  • Cleaning services-Alexkor have two cleaners which are internal staff
  • Security services- Not applicable
  • Gardening services – Not applicable

Alexkor /RMC PSJV Enterprise Development Project - 2017/2018 – Cleaning and Gardening

1. GB Keweley (Township Cleaning including Gardens)

R 56 500.00

2. Madawa Services (Township Cleaning including Gardens)

R 298 390.00

3. June Christiaan (Cleaning Services)

R 70 000.00

4. Amos Mrwati (Cleaning Services)

R 72 500.00

5. Alexanderbay Tuinsdienste (Township Cleaning Services including Gardens)

R 83 400.00

6. Gerrit Cloete ( Township Cleaning Services)

R 119 000.00

7. Ex Catherda Services (Township Cleaning Services)

R 158 000.00

8. Richtersveld Werke (Township Cleaning and Gardens)

R 220 000.00

Alexkor /RMC PSJV Enterprise Development Project - 2018/2019 – Cleaning and Gardening

1. Madawa Services (Township Cleaning including Gardens)

R 260 500.00

2. June Christiaan (Cleaning Services)

R 62 100.00

3. Amos Mrwati (Cleaning Services)

R 62 100.00

4. Gerrit Cloete ( Township Cleaning Services including Gardening)

R 121 000.00

5. Ex Catherda Services (Township Cleaning Services including Gardening)

R 165 000.00

6. Richtersveld Werke (Township Cleaning Services including Gardens)

R 231 000.00

Alexkor/RMC JV - F/Y 2017/2018

  1. Security Services

R10, 994 572.00 (Vat excluded)

Alexkor/RMC JV - F/Y 2018/2019

  1. Security Services (Physical and CCTV)

R10, 595 825.00 (Vat excluded)

According to the information received from Denel

Financial Year

Cleaning

Security

Gardening

TOTAL

2017/18

13,071,894.50

17,232,157.26

3,684,380.75

33,988,432.51

2018/19

12,752,339.55

16,446,327.25

2,930,533.35

32,129,200.15

Total

25,824,234.05

33,678,484.51

6,614,914.10

66,117,632.66

According to the information received from ESKOM

a)(ii)

The table below displays the amounts that Eskom has spent on cleaning, security, and gardening service contracts in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 financial years.

(b)(c)

The amount paid to service providers for cleaning services is in Annexure A. The amount paid to service providers for security services is Annexure B. The amount paid to service providers for gardening services is in Annexure C.

Service Providers

(aaa) 2017/18

(bbb) 2018/19

TOTAL

(aa) Cleaning Services

632 658 536.57

653 465 470.68

1 286 124 007.25

(bb) Security Services

1 033 723 184.61

1 023 120 840.51

2 056 844 025.12

(cc) Gardening Services

127 794 705.50

100 237 950.60

228 032 656.10

ALL Services

1 794 176 426.68

1 776 824 261.79

3 571 000 688.47

(a)(ii)TOTAL

3 571 000 688.47

According to the information received from SAA

Financial Year

Supplier

2017-18

2018-19

Total

(aa) Cleaning Services

Morena Corporate Services

R23 025 915.90

R 23 838 871.70

R46 864 787.60

(bb) Security Services

Reshebile Protection and Aviation Services

R100 645 461.06

R100 812 034.16

R201 457 495.22

(cc) Garden Services

Rothe Plantscapers

R408 322.08

-

R408 322.08

 

Rothe Plantscapers

R102 169.26

R862 461.29

R964 630.55

According to the information received from SAFCOL

(a) (ii)The Summary is provided below:

Services 2017/18

Amounts

(aa)

Cleaning (materials procured for cleaning services)

R1 063 251,94

(bb)

Security

R7 366 137,15

(cc)

Gardening services (Gardening services costs are incurred by the landlord)

R0

(aaa)

(bbb)

Services 2018/19

Amounts

(aa)

Cleaning (Materials procured for cleaning services)

R1 458 793,41

(bb)

Security

R10 019 283,59

(cc)

Gardening services (Gardening services costs are incurred by the landlord)

R0

Refer to Annexure A for more details (ii) (aaa) 2017-18, (bbb) 2018-19, (b) and (c).

According to the information received from SAX

No

Supplier name

Service rendered

Amount paid

2017-18

Amount paid

2018-19

1

SAA

Cleaning services

R 256 614.36

R 262 639.92

2

Mafoko Security

Security services

R 480 855.86

R 657 651.96

3

SAA

Gardening services

R 157 642.80

R 157 642.80

4

Bosasa

Security services

R 121 600.82

 

Total

R 1 016 713.84

R 1 077 934.68

 

 

21 October 2019 - NW637

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Chabangu, Mr M to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether his department and/or any entities reporting to him contracted the services of certain companies (names furnished) or any of their affiliated companies; if so, (a) What services did each company render, (b) What was the total monetary value of each contract, (c) What amount was paid to each company, (d) What was the duration of each contract, (e) Who signed off on each contract and (f) Was each contract in line with the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999, and relevant departmental regulations?

Reply:

Department of Public Enterprises

The Department has not contracted services of the following companies:

  • Forensic Data Analysts;
  • Muvoni Technology Group;
  • Muvoni Investment Holdings; and
  • Ideco

According to the information received from ALEXKOR SOC LTD

Company names (furnished)

(a) what services did each company render

(b) what was the total monetary value of each contract

(c) what amount was paid to each company

(d) what was the duration of each contract

(e) who signed off on each contract

(f) was each contract in line with the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999 and relevant Department regulations.

Forensic Date Analysts

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Muvoni Technology Group

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

 

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Muvoni Investment Holdings

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Ideco

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

According to the information received from DENEL SOC LTD

Denel SOC LTD has not contracted the services of Muvoni Technology Group Muvoni Investment Holding and IDECO or any of their affiliated companies.

According to the information received from ESKOM SOC LTD

Eskom does not have records of contracts or payments to Forensic Data Analysts, Muvoni Technology Group, Muvoni Investment Holdings and Ideco.

According to the information received from SAA SOC LTD

SAA has no records of the company processing payments or doing any business with the following companies: Forensic Data Analytics; Muvoni Technology Group, Muvoni Investment Holdings; Ideco or any of their affiliated companies.

According to the information received from SAFCOL SOC LTD

According to our record, SAFCOL has never contracted these service providers (Forensic Data Analysts, Muvoni Technology Group, Muvoni Investment Holdings, ldeco) and they are not registered on the SAFCOL database.

According to the information received from SAX SOC LTD

SA Express Airways’ SAP system has no records of the company processing payments or doing any business with the following companies: Forensic Data Analytics; Muvoni Technology Group, Muvoni Investment Holdings; Ideco or any of their affiliated companies.

According to the information received from TRANSNET SOC LTD

Transnet has not contracted the services of Muvoni Technology Group, Muvoni Investment Holding, Iveco or any of their affiliated companies.

21 October 2019 - NW1017

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McGluwa, Mr JJ to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

(a) On what date was the contract to accommodate undocumented migrants at the Lindela Repatriation Centre for deportation signed, (b) with which company was the lease signed, (c) what is the duration of the contract, (d) what is the amount being charged for each month and (e) what total amount has been paid to date?

Reply:

(a) The contract was signed on 1 December 2015

(b) The company with which the contract was signed was Leading Prospects Trading 111 (Pty) Ltd trading as Lindela Repatriation Centre

(c)The contract duration is five years; the contract will end 30 Nov 2020.

(d) The monthly payment for the facility is R9, 544,119.49.

(e) The total amount from 1 Dec 2015 to 31 Aug 2019 is R411, 853, 165, 38

 

END

21 October 2019 - NW587

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Komane, Ms RN to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

Whether his department or any of the entities reporting to him ever contracted the services of a certain company since February 2018; if so, (a) what was the value of each contract, (b) on what date was it awarded, (c) for what services was it awarded and (d) who approved the contracting of the services?

Reply:

Department of Public Enterprises:

The Department has not contracted services of Werksmans Attorneys.

According to the information received from Alexkor SOC LTD

Company name (furnished)

(a) what was the value of each contract

(b) on what date was it awarded

(c) for what services was it warded

(d) who approved the contracting of the services?

Werksman Attorneys

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Alexkor SOC did not contract the services of Werksmans Attorneys since February 2018.

According to the information received from Denel SOC LTD

Company name (furnished)

(a) what was the value of each contract

(b) on what date was it awarded

(c) for what services was it warded

(d) who approved the contracting of the services?

Werksman Attorneys

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Denel SOC did not contract the services of Werksmans Attorneys since February 2018.

According to the information received from Eskom SOC LTD

Company name (furnished)

(a) what was the value of each contract

(b) on what date was it awarded

(c) for what services was it warded

(d) who approved the contracting of the services?

Werksman Attorneys

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Eskom has not contracted services of Werksmans Attorneys since February 2018.

According to the information received from SAA SOC LTD

(a) Werksman rendered a variety of legal services to SAA as fully set out in Table A hereunder.

Table A Werksmans rendered and were paid for the following services for the period 2008 to 2019.

TABLE A

SAA Paid Werksman the following amounts for the period 2008 to 2019

 

Financial Year

Vendor Name

Services Rendered

Total Spend

2008

Werksman Attorneys

Litigation

R 788,773.92

2009

Werksman Attorneys

Litigation

R 1,547,889.36

2010

Werksman Attorneys

Litigation (Equity Aviation)

R 545,592.08

2011

Werksman Attorneys

Labour

R 3,867.45

2012

Werksman Attorneys

Litigation (Equity Aviation)

R 110,502.48

2013

Werksman Attorneys

Labour Matter

R 175,165.09

2014

Werksman Attorneys

Labour Matter

R 252,550.78

2015

Werksman Attorneys

Aircraft Leasing

R 1,199,031.66

2016

Werksman Attorneys

Labour Matter

R 524,399.20

2017

Werksman Attorneys

Labour Matter

R 14,801.88

2018

Werksman Attorneys

Intellectual Property (Release of Mortgage)

R 93,678.28

2019

Werksman Attorneys

Labour Matter Steven Poprawa

R 865,004.93

       
     

R6,121,257.11

SAA is not aware of any Werksmans affiliated companies that were paid for the rendering of the above mentioned companies. All invoices received from Werksmans were paid directly to them.

This level of information is normally not kept by the legal department. The duration of each contract is always dependent the type of matter and any complexities presented. Litigation matters would normally last longer compared to corporate advisory and transactional work. We will commence collation of this information for future reporting.

(d) The procurement of the services followed a supply chain process and were sourced either through the panel of service providers or the RFQ process and were signed off by procurement as the custodian of the procurement process. Each contract entered into with Werksmans was or is in line with the PFMA and relevant departmental regulations.

According to the information received from SAFCOL SOC LTD

Werksman Attorneys February 2018 – August 2019

Reference

Description

Service Provider

Date Awarded

Contract Approved

Contract Period

Bid Amount

1.

Legal Services

Werksmans Attorneys

None

None

None

R119 752,31

a) The contract value is not known as there was no contract between SAFCOL and Werksmans Attorneys. However, expenses incurred from February 2018 to August 2019 amounted to R119 752, 31.

b) The exact date during which the contract was awarded to Werksmans Attorneys is not known. However, the instruction to request Werksmans Attorneys to carry out work for SAFCOL was around August 2015.

c) Werksman Attorneys scope of work was to initiate and preside over disciplinary hearings for certain employees.

d) The instruction to Werksmans Attorneys was approved by Ms Nomkhita Mona (former CEO), Ms Zoliswa Mashinini (former CFO) and Francois de Villiers (former COO).

According to the information received from SAX SOC LTD

Name of Company

Werksmans Attorneys

Value of contracts

Fixed once off contract (R1 196 305.26)

When was it awarded?

February 2019

Type of services

Werksmans Attorneys was requested to perform the following duties:

To assist with the review of commercial terms relating to particular contracts and SAX rights as some had been flagged as irregular from a compliance perspective – MGC Matekane; Africa Charter; FlyFofa; Namane Capital; Ziegler

Who approved the contracting of services

The appointment followed the normal internal procurement processes.

According to the information received from TRANSNET SOC LTD

From February 2018 Transnet has not contracted Werksmans attorneys to render any services. However, in June 2017 they were hired by the then Transnet Board to conduct a forensic investigation into allegations of procurement irregularities in the acquisition of the 1064 locomotives. Those services were rendered from June 2017 to March 2018 and for which they were paid fees in the amount of R12 562 506.83 including VAT and disbursements.

Legal firms should be retained on the basis of their specific expertise and the particular needs of the entity. Any forensic report produced by any legal or other firm must be acted upon to recover funds improperly expended and where appropriate charges will be laid with the relevant law enforcement authorities.

21 October 2019 - NW607

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Pambo, Mr V to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

(a) What number of visa applications were denied in (i) 2017 and (ii) 2018 and (b) what was the country of origin of each applicant whose application was denied?

Reply:

(a)The number of visa’s rejected in (i) 2017 = 27 772 and (ii) 2018 = 36 452.

(b) A breakdown of the country of origin of each applicant whose application was denied for the respective years is attached as Annexure A.

 

 

END

21 October 2019 - NW535

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McGluwa, Mr JJ to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

Whether his department has any monitoring systems in place to detect computer system crashes and/or failure; if not, why not; if so, will he furnish Mr J J McGluwa with a list including (a) where, (b) when and (c) what were the causes of each crash; (2) What are the remedial actions that his department is taking to address the ongoing failure of its system?

Reply:

1. The Department does not experience system crash/failure, but sometimes system unavailability due to certain causes like infrastructure issues, e.g power and network outages caused by various instances like cable theft/damages.

The Department has built in monitoring system that system experts use daily for monitoring utilization, queues, databases, and network infrastructure availability. The Department intends to implement Enterprise Operating Centre (EOC) which will fully monitor all departmental critical systems.

2. There have been initiatives through State Information Technology Agency (SITA) for Uninterrupted Network and Departmental ongoing system upgrades and projects.

 

END

21 October 2019 - NW1098

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation

Whether, with reference to her reply to question 559 on 5 September 2019, there has been any high – level conversation between her and / or the President of the Republic , Mr M C Ramaphosa, and their counterparts in Algeria about the matter?

Reply:

The matter did not necessitate any further discussion as the National Prosecuting Authority declined to prosecute.

In addition, the Ambassador concluded his term of duty, and has departed South Africa on 14 October 2019.

21 October 2019 - NW1168

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Basson, Mr LJ to ask the Minister of Home Affairs

Whether his department incurred any costs related to the (a) inauguration of the President of the Republic, Mr M C Ramaphosa, held in Pretoria on 25 May 2019 and (b) State of the Nation Address held in Cape Town on 20 June 2019; if so, in each case, (i) what costs were incurred and (ii) for what reason?

Reply:

(a) Yes

(a)(i) R2 462 005.00

(a)(ii) Overtime and accommodation for Immigration officials deployed at OR Tambo International Airport, Waterkloof Airport and selected land ports of entry to receive and process foreign heads of state and dignitaries attending the inauguration.

(b) Yes

(b)(i) R13 310.62

(b)(ii) Travel and accommodation cost of acting Director-General invited to the State of the Nation address as accounting officer of the Department.

END

21 October 2019 - NW776

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Ndlozi, Dr MQ to ask the Minister of Public Enterprises

(a) What amount was spent on advertising by (i) his department and (ii) state-owned entities reporting to him in the (aa) 2016-17, (bb) 2017-18 and (cc) 2018-19 financial years; (2) what amount of the total expenditure incurred by (a) his department and (b) state-owned entities reporting to him went to (i) each specified black-owned media company and (ii) outdoor advertising in each specified financial year and (c) what amount spent on outdoor advertising by his department and state-owned entities reporting to him went to each black-owned media company in each specified financial year? NW189E

Reply:

Department of Public Enterprises:

1. (a) The amount spent on advertising by the Department.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R1 822 652.22

R1 041 098.35

R752 107.06

2(a)

(i)Total expenditure that went to black-owned media company.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R441 881.25

R879 763.69

R743 105.78

(ii)Total expenditure that went towards outdoor advertising in each specified financial year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

N/A

N/A

N/A

(c)Amount spent on outdoor advertising that went to each black owned media company in each specified financial year

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

N/A

N/A

N/A

According to the information received from ALEXKOR

1(a) (ii) The amount spent on advertising by State Owned Entities reporting to him.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R950

R23 360

R7 225

2(b)

(i) Total expenditure that went to black-owned media company in each specified year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R0.00

R0.00

R0.00

(ii)Total expenditure that went towards outdoor advertising in each specified year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R0.00

R0.00

R0.00

(c)Amount spent on outdoor advertising that went to each black owned media company in each specified financial year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R0.00

R0.00

R0.00

According to the information received from DENEL

1(a) (ii) The amount spent on advertising by State Owned Entities reporting to him.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R3 173 466.29

R365 656.97

R809 663.76

2(b)

(i)Total expenditure that went to black-owned media company in each specified year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R1 349 234.78

R0.00

R278 640

(ii)Total expenditure that went towards outdoor advertising in each specified year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R261 160

R0.00

R0.00

(c)Amount spent on outdoor advertising by the State Owned Entities that went to each black owned media company in each specified financial year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R261 160

R0.00

R0.00

According to the information received from Eskom

(1)(a)(ii) Table below provides advertising spend for the specified financial years

Financial year

Total Spend on advertising

2016/17 (aa)

R 27 274 202

2017/18 (bb)

R 36 119 802

2018/19 (cc)

R 2 385 839

(2)(b)(i) Advertising spend to black owned companies per financial year. Eskom has contracted with four black owned media buying companies between FY2016/17 and FY2018/19.

Name of Black owned companies

FY2016/17 Spend

FY2017/18 Spend

FY2018/19 Spend

The Media Shop

R 2 480 800

R 46 815

R 0.00

Human Communications

R 8 271 641

R 13 352 632

R 1 958 756

Basadzi

R 15 096 576

R 19 515 293

R 0

Tsalena

R 1 049 698

R 387 366

R 51 431

(2)(b)(ii) Eskom cannot provide spend on outdoor advertising, for each black-owned media company in financial years 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2019/20 because our systems are unable to draw reports on outdoor advertising specifically.

According to the information received from SAA

1(a) (ii) The amount spent on advertising by State Owned Entities reporting to him.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R42 516 220

R22 602 282

R32 908 827

2(b)

(i) Total expenditure that went to black-owned media company in each specified year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R14 708 005

R232 399

R569 510

(ii)Total expenditure that went towards outdoor advertising in each specified year

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R22 103 621

R14 194 897

R651 027

(c)Amount spent on outdoor advertising that went to each black owned media company in each specified financial year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R14 708 005

R232 399

R569 510

According to the information received from SAFCOL

1(a) (ii) The amount spent on advertising by State Owned Entities reporting to him

(1)(a)(ii) SAFCOL does not use outdoor advertising, the amounts below are for media, branding and publications for recruitment for vacant positions in the company.

1(a) (ii) The amount spent on advertising by State Owned Entities reporting to him.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R 368 896,35

R 61 171,07

R 50 040,35

2(b)

(i)  Total expenditure that went to black-owned media company in each specified year.

See annexure (a)

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R 368 896,35

R 61 171,07

R50 040,35

(ii)Total expenditure that went towards outdoor advertising in each specified year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

n/a

n/a

n/a

(c)Amount spent on outdoor advertising that went to each black owned media company in each specified financial year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

n/a

n/a

n/a

(ii)Total expenditure that went towards outdoor advertising in each specified year.

SAFCOL has never incurred expenses on outdoor advertising in each specified financial year.

(c)Amount spent on outdoor advertising that went to each black owned media company in each specified financial year.

SAFCOL has never incurred expenses on outdoor advertising. Therefore, there were no expenses incurred for black-owned media companies.

According to the information received from SA Express

1(a) (ii) The amount spent on advertising by State Owned Entities reporting to him

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R12 210 232

R2 692 967

R419 763

2(b)

(i) Total expenditure that went to black-owned media company in each specified year

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R9 911 642

R1 033 609

R10 800

(ii)Total expenditure that went towards outdoor advertising in each specified year

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R0.00

R1 400 655

R0.00

(c)Amount spent on outdoor advertising that went to each black owned media company in each specified financial year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R0.00

R0.00

R0.00

According to the information received from Transnet

1(a) (ii) The amount spent on advertising by State Owned Entities reporting to him.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R11 363 903.55

R9 429 723.15

R10 786 337.37

2(b)

(i) Total expenditure that went to black-owned media company in each specified year.

See annexure (a)

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R12 317 405.91

(ii)Total expenditure that went towards outdoor advertising in each specified year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R1 537 779.20

n/a

R1 910 039.19

(c)Amount spent on outdoor advertising that went to each black owned media company in each specified financial year.

2016/17 (aa)

2017/18 (bb)

2018/19 (cc)

R1 537 779,20

n/a

R1 910 039.19

18 October 2019 - NW895

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Shembeni, Mr HA to ask the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation

Whether her department has a plan to build water infrastructure in Tsambokhulu Village in Nkomazi, Mpumalanga; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, (a) by what date will building commence and (b) at what stage is the plan?

Reply:

The Tsambokhulu Village is already receiving water supply from the Masibekela Water Treatment Plant which abstract water from the Komati River. The plant was upgraded in 2013 from 7ML /Day to 14ML/Day in order to address the water demand of the Southern area of Nkomazi Local Municipality including Tsambokhulu Village. The project was completed in 2016 and is being operated by the Nkomazi Local Municipality.

However, due to inadequate electrical supply, the Masibekela Water Treatment Plant is currently operating at an average volume of 9ML/Day. The shortfall is due to additional electricity supply needed to optimise the Masibekela Treatment Plant. This is being addressed through an application which has already been lodged with Eskom.

To address the above, I wish to inform the Honourable Member that my Department is assisting the municipality to address the matter and has lodged an application with ESKOM for the supply of electricity to the Masebekela Water Treatment Plant. The improvement of electrical supply will enable the plant to operate at full capacity and the water demand for Tsambokhulu village will be fully accommodated.

 

 

 

17 October 2019 - NW988

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Weber, Ms AMM to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

(1) Whether, with reference to the fact that Eskom cannot comply with the minimum standard of emissions as it is too costly, his department looked at other resources for generating energy for instance solar and wind; if not; why not; (2) What is the possibility of doing a feasibility study on both solar and wind by looking at the cost as well as employment opportunities? NW2140E

Reply:

(1) Yes, Eskom's compliance with the minimum emissions standards (MES) is currently being monitored by the Department of Environmental Affairs. The draft IRP 2019 explored scenarios wherein through the energy mix, we reduce the aggregate emissions profile of South Africa's energy generation sector. In order to mitigate against high emissions, provision is made for other technologies to meet the supply/demand gap, taking into account the technical and economical characteristics of each technology.

(2) An analysis has already been done based on the IRP Update. Job creations is one of the objectives under the IRP Update process

17 October 2019 - NW1049

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Hendricks, Mr MGE to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

(1) what progress has been made to give effect to the Constitutional Court ruling which ordered an amendment to section 136 (1) of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998, to allow a parole period for inmates to start from the day of the commission of a crime instead of the date of sentencing. (2)whether the amendment will meet the deadline given that there are only 18 months left to comply with the ruling of the court?

Reply:

1. A process to consider qualifying offenders for possible placement on parole in line with the Phaahla judgement was initiated in June 2019. Offenders who qualify are identified and prepared for consideration ensuring that their consideration date is advanced according to different categories of sentences.

The policy provides that all offenders are subjected to the necessary interventions and rehabilitation programmes in line with their Correctional Sentence Plan (CSP). Qualifying offenders will be considered when they become due for consideration for placement, as not all of them qualify immediately and at the same time.

2. It must be noted that the judgement does not state as indicated in paragraph (1) of the question, in fact the judgement says the parole regime applicable at the time of commissioning the offence shall be applicable to determine when an offender shall become eligible for the first time to be considered for placement on parole. The process of amending section 136 (1) of the Correctional Services Act of 111 of 1998 has been initiated and the department will do its utmost to comply with deadline.

17 October 2019 - NW1020

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

Whether any mining, prospecting and exploration rights have (a) been issued and/or (b) applied for in Ward 1 in the Emfuleni Local Municipality; if so, in each case, what (i) are the details of the right granted and applied for in terms of the (aa) location, (bb) mineral sought and (cc) applicant's details, (ii) is the current status of the application if a right has not yet been granted and (iii) public participation process was followed?

Reply:

(a) Yes, 9 Mining Rights issued and 5 Prospecting Rights issued in Emfuleni Local Municipality.

(b) Other rights applied for and their details as per the other questions follows in the table below:

17 October 2019 - NW976

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Boshoff, Dr WJ to ask the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy

(I) With reference to his statement made on 10 July 2019 during his department's Budget Vote, what are the details of the other methodologies besides fracturing that his department is going to focus on to access shale gas in the Karoo; (2) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

(1) The Department is still conducting research on the different methodologies.

(2) No

DDG: Mineral Policy and Promotion
Ms N Ngcwabe
Date: 26/09/2019
 

Recommended

Advocate T Mokoena
Director General: Department of Mineral Resources
Date: 30/09/2019

Approved

Mr SG Mantashe
Minister of Mineral Resources
Date: 15/10/2019

17 October 2019 - NW1015

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Selfe, Mr J to ask the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services

Whether all sentenced offenders are provided with work as contemplated in section 40 of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998; if not, (a) why not and (b) what steps are being contemplated to keep sentenced offenders active during a normal working day; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

Not all sentenced offenders can be provided with work as contemplated in section 40 of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998.

a) Offenders such as those with further charges, disabilities and sentenced children are exempted from performing work. Offenders are allocated work activities by Case Management Committees (CMC) considering the offenders security risk classification.

b) The department is continuously making an effort for sentenced offenders to be provided not only with work but also the following daily activities:

  • Educational programmes;
  • Skills development programmes
  • Sports, recreation, arts and culture (SRAC)
  • Agriculture and;
  • Production workshops